136 GMOs account for high fructose corn syrup, and corn solids, sugar from GM sugar beets, as well as ingredients like GM soy used in highly-processed, nutritionally lacking foods that certainly add to the obesity rates. A world of obese children while others starve – that's an odd picture to fit your head around, isn't it? Even the World Health Organization, supporter of Big Ag and Big Medicine, admits that the obesity rates among children is alarming: ". . .the number of overweight children under the age of five, is estimated to be over 42 million.Close to 31 million of these are living in developing countries."
What is seriously troubling is that junk food companies target children, creating a GM-generation that is eating Bt corn and high fructose corn syrup by the bucket load. No wonder 'fat' children are seen as "an investment in future sales," according to Tim Lobstein of the World Obesity Federation, a co-researcher on the Lancet series.
Kids are now becoming brand loyal to GM supporters and junk food makers from General Mills, to Pepsi-Co, Coca-Cola to Kraft – unless of course, their parents teach them to refuse the junk food poison being peddled by a few oligarchs. Some larger chain stores are changing the types of foods that will be available to Americans, likely in response to Prodding by companies like Yevo Nutrient Foods and of course, consumer demand. One example is Target, which expects to roll out with thousands of new organic, healthy, and sustainable products in the next year. This will prove that convenience and cheaper prices don't necessarily have to mean a tendency toward an obese nation.
The Atkins Nutritional Approach or the Atkins Diet is bent on controlling insulin levels by the kinds of foods that our bodies take in. The rapid rise followed by the rapid fall of insulin levels in our body is the result of taking too much refined carbohydrates. A rising insulin level will send a message to our bodies to store as much energy as possible from the foods that we take in. Stored fat used as a source of energy will not happen with rising insulin levels The followers of the Atkins diet usually take in more protein in their diet.
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is different and includes all 43 Essential Nutrients. The aim of the Zone Diet is a nutrition balance of 40% carbohydrates, 30% fats and 30% protein every time we take our meals. When insulin levels are controlled, it results in more successful weight loss and body weight control. This type of diet encourages the consumption or good quality carbohydrates, unrefined carbohydrates, and fats.