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Cancer - Obesity - Diet: This discussion needs to be made public NOW

Friday, August 17, 2012

I found this on Gary Taubes blog today:


If you nobody anybody who has struggled with cancer or obesity, please feel free to pass on the link and discuss it in on any spark team where you feel it's appropriate.
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    It's so nice to see/hear that my thoughts via research have been spot on to what was discussed on this panel. What I disagreed with is that due to the economy the people can't help it. Yes, we can! Only in our era are poor people over weight/fat/obese. I've been poor, and being over weight was NEVER a by product.
    I didn't hear mention of dairy in relation to breast cancer. But I was happy to hear them mention the connection of diet (HFCS, corn, and who is benefiting from the majority being fat), and suggest that diet as being the core change needing to be made. Hooray~!
    Now I HOPE SP would no longer say the HFCS is perfectly fine.
    Thank you for sharing this video. I am already sharing it and will continue to do so. Now my family and friends will take me a little more seriously. emoticon
    2009 days ago
  • DS9KIE
    2009 days ago
    If physicians don't give us the latest, most up to date info we need to rely on people like Gary Taubes to do it and he does one heck of a job. emoticon
    We will get educated! emoticon
    2010 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/18/2012 2:08:50 PM
    Wow - lots of great info here. This will take me a while to work through. Thanks!!
    2010 days ago
    Have to wait until I get home to watch this, but read all the related blogs and links and WOW!

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    2010 days ago
    Sounds interesting - gonna take a look - thx 8-)
    2010 days ago
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