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Processed Foods! What the Consumer Needs to Know!

Processed Foods! What the Consumer Needs to Know!

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Lunghezza: 44 pagine37 minuti

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The material covered in this publication is non exhaustive as an expose’ on the dangers of processed foods. It is intended to serve as a sobriquet to the folly of believing the media hype produced by the food industry. Those executives do not have the health of the consumer as its primary objective. Their primary objective is profit margin, which comes with the result of the good health of the consumer being forfeited. “I can’t see the forest because there are too many trees in the way” is an appropriate axiom in this case as this era that we currently live in as citizens of the USA coincides with extremely high rates of obesity, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, joint issues, all of which are traced to dietary patterns. The prevalence of such issues currently is perceived by the masses as “normal”; otherwise, if public perception was cognizant of the link between health and diet, drastic changes in eating habits would ensue for those who have logic based will power. It seems that there are “too many trees in the way, preventing the average citizen to see the forest”. An old Oriental proverb states that “every trip begins with one step”. The point is that one shouldn’t be overwhelmed by the prevalence of processed foods. Rather, one should be enlightened to the fact that alternatives are readily available and usually more affordable (less expensive). Walk away from processed foods and walk toward natural foods and the ensuing trip will prove to be beneficial and healthy!

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Processed Foods! What the Consumer Needs to Know!

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Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

Processed Foods! What the Consumer Needs to Know!

Lunghezza: 44 pagine37 minuti

Descrizione

The material covered in this publication is non exhaustive as an expose’ on the dangers of processed foods. It is intended to serve as a sobriquet to the folly of believing the media hype produced by the food industry. Those executives do not have the health of the consumer as its primary objective. Their primary objective is profit margin, which comes with the result of the good health of the consumer being forfeited. “I can’t see the forest because there are too many trees in the way” is an appropriate axiom in this case as this era that we currently live in as citizens of the USA coincides with extremely high rates of obesity, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, joint issues, all of which are traced to dietary patterns. The prevalence of such issues currently is perceived by the masses as “normal”; otherwise, if public perception was cognizant of the link between health and diet, drastic changes in eating habits would ensue for those who have logic based will power. It seems that there are “too many trees in the way, preventing the average citizen to see the forest”. An old Oriental proverb states that “every trip begins with one step”. The point is that one shouldn’t be overwhelmed by the prevalence of processed foods. Rather, one should be enlightened to the fact that alternatives are readily available and usually more affordable (less expensive). Walk away from processed foods and walk toward natural foods and the ensuing trip will prove to be beneficial and healthy!

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