Podcast without ads. White light.  The obesity epidemic is the most serious health problem in the world. half the planet will be obese or overweight by 2030. it's a disaster. they die of preventable diseases. at the moment there are 2 billion overweight or obese adults and children. You need to look closely at who is behind this process, everyone will be obese, or people will die of a stroke, or heart attack at age 40. we want to say that it is obvious, they will collapse not only in the USA, but also in Mexico, Russia, China, Europe. The population has the right to know how people are used, to allow us to regain control over our bodies. since the early 2000s, western countries have declared war on obesity, finally by 2030 it is estimated that the number of obese children will be 2.15 billion. the government can adopt the change in a correct strategy. The message is spread that we are solely responsible for our weight and unable to control our food impulses. the hardest to bear is the idea that there is a lack of will in obese people. Eating less while moving more becomes the magic formula of the 2000s. Good Energy, World Dinner Ball, aims to solve the problem of obesity through exercise. Ordinary media and pressure are geared towards the idea that we always eat Flemish fast food, sugary drinks, etc., so there is no irrefutable evidence that he is responsible. Maybe it doesn't burn enough fat, you need to find a balance somehow. Here is the translation of the current marketing language to combat obesity in the story of calories consumed and who rush to burn calories. The theory sounds logical, the only problem is that exercise is wrong. In fact, exercise takes 1 hour to remove a hamburger and 2 hours and 15 minutes for a pizza. are equal to the calories consumed. the calorie burning formula is perfectly correct physically. people say you just have to stop eating and your health will improve, but it's not that easy for me. I realized it wasn't entirely my fault. I think we should stop focusing on calories, and where we can eat less and lose weight for a while. Your body will struggle, and in the long run, we know that your metabolism is stronger than it should be. I don't think human biology has changed, but the way we eat, the frequency of meals. In the 40's, our food went through a real revolution. then a mistake that will have serious consequences on world food was pointed out as the main culprit. We recommend reducing fat consumption and now we rely on cereals as the basis of our diet, so we had to eat more bread with rice and potatoes. for example, they are poor in Greece and have been consuming less dairy and meat for years. the official recommendation and I think that explains why people gain weight because they can eat light bread but also potatoes, pasta, rice or lentils, for example. But grains like rice bread or pasta are carbohydrates, meaning sugars, will be at the heart of this food revolution. there are still 20 or 30 years to go, but nutritionists consider sugar to be harmless. I think the US government is subsidizing the obesity epidemic in several ways, including by supporting the production of corn and soybeans, which is partly used to make fructose syrup because it is a very cheap sugar. For many products, the US government has pressured the food industry to produce thousands of low-fat processed products, they will replace and process sugar. It's a great trick. In this story, cheap sugar is fatty because it makes the food tasty and captivating. this is the beginning of handling the ingredients. grains reassembled in sandwich bread folded on a plate prepared by supermarkets. Excessive sugar consumption causes a profound disorder in our body, starting with a hormonal imbalance. When hormone levels are ingested, insulin appears to deal with burns in which carbohydrates are stored as fat. Insulin is the one that takes the sugar out of our cells. When we frequently eat foods based on carbohydrates and added sugars, such as processed products, our insulin levels always remain high. when there is too much insulin in our fat cells, ie the adipose tissue in our body absorbs and stores a lot of calories, there are not enough calories for the body to function. that is, for muscles, organs, and the brain, or because we are hungry for ultra-processed foods. Hamburgers, sugary drinks and all the junk food we eat are digested very quickly, so ultra-processed carbohydrates gain weight with your ultra-processed products. It is necessary to understand that ultra-processed foods are ingredients of consistency, we put the flavors and then create artificial foods that are very attractive and hyperattractiveness is dangerous because we have to eat food. more than reason, it means that the pleasure of consuming these foods will prevail over the society produced by the disturbance of our ultraprocessed intestinal flora. our intestinal bacteria perform essential functions. In the basement of Stanford University, erika zonebourse, to measure the impact of our modern diet on the microbiota, fed several generations of mice on a diet based on ultra-processed products. when given a diet rich in simple sugars, the loss of diversity worsens from generation to generation with fewer intestinal bacteria than before. in the 4th generation more than half of the bacteria disappeared. Despite the damage caused to the body, we prevent the spread of ultra-processed products. in the United States, in Mexico, in Brazil, it is profitable to sell fatty, sweet, salty foods, ie it sells much less rich and healthy products. a handful of multinationals have a turnover of $ 500 billion and have taken control of our food. Food is an important sector of our economy, there are not only food companies such as cola or salsa, but also distributors such as Walmart or Carrefour supermarkets. food companies are strong and control the distribution chain and then the marketing agency earns money from the merits of junk food consumption. So we have players who weigh a lot in our society and who want to sell us unhealthy food. we actually need food producers, and the price of the products is much cheaper than fresh products up to 60%.  they mainly serve the poor as a privileged target, becoming the first victims of the system. The Hamilton family lives in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Washington, just a few miles from the White House, living in a food desert. Non-stop products, miles in Washington's luxury neighborhoods. this is the Hamilton neighborhood, one of those abandoned places where the state has encouraged the establishment of a franchised fast food chain. with ten times the consequences of a relentless marketing strategy. The food industry says it is the consumers' fault. the truth is that it has changed our entire food environment everywhere today. We see our smartphone on billboards in movie TV commercials, we see junk food. a manipulation that begins in childhood. you go to the supermarket and you are face to face with sugary drinks as well as at schools. advertising affects people from the threshold of subconscious thinking. I took them into account and I don't know why maybe, because there were some of my favorite commercials. Scientific studies show a direct link between exposure to advertising and children's food preferences. By filtering new spaces, such as social networks or online games, this is the role of objective marketers and they know how to do it very well, so marketing has been an effective application. What our marketing hides is that junk food causes one of the most devastating diseases of all, diabetes. today a person does this every 6 seconds in the world. 25 years ago, if I had told you that I had an 18-year-old patient with type 2 diabetes, you would have said it was amazing. It is common to have young people in the world of children with diabetes. it is unfair that suffering cannot be avoided. for me it's a crisis. more people die because of sugar than because of crime. the sugar beverage industry continues to adopt the same line of defense that cigarettes have developed. For over 20 years, like tobacco companies, the industry has eliminated any link between the disease and the consumption of these products. meetings were held to inform people that a carbonated beverage tax is regressive and discriminatory and will solve the problem of obesity. Now, thanks to several pieces of evidence that have profoundly influenced medical and scientific institutions to generate controversy over the health impact of these products by the sugar beverage industry, the answers have become a reality. Obesity is a complex problem, difficult to solve and must be addressed by all institutions, public and private. I think processes are an essential weapon and I think the industry is starting to understand what to expect next year or in 5 years. Around the agri-food industry around the world, voices will be raised to protect consumers who will call for new laws. San Francisco is the first city in the United States to declare sugar cane war. Due to this debate that has been going on for several years, the idea of ​​taxing sugary soft drinks in the United States and the debate on the issue of the role of the state in food industry strategies were had. implementation of regulations is ongoing. the sugar beverage industry mobilizes lobby lawyers, found consumers saying: please don't tell us what to eat or drink. Nobody wants to be a victim. So, just because I don't want people to die, we need to change public policies to inform people so that they are aware of their choice and allow them to make a real choice. this is the motivation. we can't be left out. in Germany a supermarket chain promises to take action against fast food. It is intended to send an open letter to the Chancellor and the Minister of Food. “Take the prevention of obesity, type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases seriously. Adopt a tax on sugary drinks and advertising restrictions for children with foods with an unbalanced nutritional profile. ” This letter sent to the government in January 2019 went unanswered. a tsunami-sized wave of overweight and obesity is heading towards Germany, a pioneer in many sectors and with a particularly evolving health system, which lags behind in terms of obesity prevention, explained by the fact that lobbies economic are extremely strong. In Germany, economic interests still prevail over health issues today. the German government depends on the ability of the industry to regulate itself, without drinks taxes or advertising restrictions imposed on them. This flexibility led the Minister of Nutrition to dedicate 7 years of activity to reducing the levels of sugar, salt and fat in its product. it's a disaster. Nutrition Minister Julia Kloeckner is doing almost nothing to protect the population from sugar, fat and salt, despite scientific warnings from the World Health Organization and doctors asking for it. Reduce the sugar problem a bit. what is happening with the growing pressure on the food industry in the western world is colonizing other markets. Mexico was the first to suffer this cataclysm. we add sugar to the global food supply as markets grow larger in Europe and the US. 73% of the Mexican population and today 10% of those who are overweight or obese suffer from diabetes. this became the leading cause of death. Did the whole world head to Mexico wondering what's going on? why is overweight and obesity growing so fast in Mexicans? We have made this a crime for public health, every Mexican consumes an average of 137 liters of juice per year. the great western countries have spread their garbage all over the world and I am sure they have been well received. It is cheap, tastes good and is just as practical to please. at the corner store, an apple costs more than a bottle of juice. they tried to offer substitutes for the traditional foods of the Mexican diet. Corn tortillas, for example, have been replaced. if you want to look at a map, that there is a territorial invasion, people already have it in their veins, and they are taken hostage. is food colonization. Mexico has been affected by the perverse effects of globalization, the violation of local crops in the suburbs of endangered agricultural land, which is still fighting for better nutrition. Government support was virtually nil. We are fighting a war against the consumption of sugary drinks and unwanted food. this generation will be the first in the history of Mexico to have hope. less than their parents, a third of children are overweight or obese. today in Mexico the price of water has risen. In a country where a former president of the republic was responsible for Coca-Cola and the agri-food industry, it may seem like an impossible mission for Alejandro Calvillo to head the health ministry. The first tax on soft drinks on the continent was very useful because in the next 2 years the consumption of sugary drinks decreased in Mexico. Consumption has been reduced by more than 5 or 10% due to secondary taxes on unwanted food. more ambitious steps are needed to get rid of junk food before we can talk about healthy eating. France has chaired a parliamentary committee on industrial food research. for 6 months the institute of hearings, consumer investigation came to testify about the inadmissibility of advertising for unhealthy food. nothing moves. Politicians side by side do nothing and then the agri-food i The obesity epidemic is the most serious health problem in the world. half the planet will be obese or overweight by 2030. it's a disaster. they die of preventable diseases. at the moment there are 2 billion overweight or obese adults and children. You need to look closely at who is behind this process, everyone will be obese, or people will die of a stroke, or heart attack at age 40. we want to say that it is obvious, they will collapse not only in the USA, but also in Mexico, Russia, China, Europe. The population has the right to know how people are used, to allow us to regain control over our bodies. since the early 2000s, western countries have declared war on obesity, finally by 2030 it is estimated that the number of obese children will be 2.15 billion. the government can adopt the change in a correct strategy. The message is spread that we are solely responsible for our weight and unable to control our food impulses. the hardest to bear is the idea that there is a lack of will in obese people. Eating less while moving more becomes the magic formula of the 2000s. Good Energy, World Dinner Ball, aims to solve the problem of obesity through exercise. Ordinary media and pressure are geared towards the idea that we always eat Flemish fast food, sugary drinks, etc., so there is no irrefutable evidence that he is responsible. Maybe it doesn't burn enough fat, you need to find a balance somehow. Here is the translation of the current marketing language to combat obesity in the story of calories consumed and who rush to burn calories. The theory sounds logical, the only problem is that exercise is wrong. In fact, exercise takes 1 hour to remove a hamburger and 2 hours and 15 minutes for a pizza. are equal to the calories consumed. the calorie burning formula is perfectly correct physically. people say you just have to stop eating and your health will improve, but it's not that easy for me. I realized it wasn't entirely my fault. I think we should stop focusing on calories, and where we can eat less and lose weight for a while. Your body will struggle, and in the long run, we know that your metabolism is stronger than it should be. I don't think human biology has changed, but the way we eat, the frequency of meals. In the 40's, our food went through a real revolution. then a mistake that will have serious consequences on world food was pointed out as the main culprit. We recommend reducing fat consumption and now we rely on cereals as the basis of our diet, so we had to eat more bread with rice and potatoes. for example, they are poor in Greece and have been consuming less dairy and meat for years. the official recommendation and I think that explains why people gain weight because they can eat light bread but also potatoes, pasta, rice or lentils, for example. But grains like rice bread or pasta are carbohydrates, meaning sugars, will be at the heart of this food revolution. there are still 20 or 30 years to go, but nutritionists consider sugar to be harmless. I think the US government is subsidizing the obesity epidemic in several ways, including by supporting the production of corn and soybeans, which is partly used to make fructose syrup because it is a very cheap sugar. For many products, the US government has pressured the food industry to produce thousands of low-fat processed products, they will replace and process sugar. It's a great trick. In this story, cheap sugar is fatty because it makes the food tasty and captivating. this is the beginning of handling the ingredients. grains reassembled in sandwich bread folded on a plate prepared by supermarkets. Excessive sugar consumption causes a profound disorder in our body, starting with a hormonal imbalance. When hormone levels are ingested, insulin appears to deal with burns in which carbohydrates are stored as fat. Insulin is the one that takes the sugar out of our cells. When we frequently eat foods based on carbohydrates and added sugars, such as processed products, our insulin levels always remain high. when there is too much insulin in our fat cells, ie the adipose tissue in our body absorbs and stores a lot of calories, there are not enough calories for the body to function. that is, for muscles, organs, and the brain, or because we are hungry for ultra-processed foods. Hamburgers, sugary drinks and all the junk food we eat are digested very quickly, so ultra-processed carbohydrates gain weight with your ultra-processed products. It is necessary to understand that ultra-processed foods are ingredients of consistency, we put the flavors and then create artificial foods that are very attractive and hyperattractiveness is dangerous because we have to eat food. more than reason, it means that the pleasure of consuming these foods will prevail over the society produced by the disturbance of our ultraprocessed intestinal flora. our intestinal bacteria perform essential functions. In the basement of Stanford University, erika zonebourse, to measure the impact of our modern diet on the microbiota, fed several generations of mice on a diet based on ultra-processed products. when given a diet rich in simple sugars, the loss of diversity worsens from generation to generation with fewer intestinal bacteria than before. in the 4th generation more than half of the bacteria disappeared. Despite the damage caused to the body, we prevent the spread of ultra-processed products. in the United States, in Mexico, in Brazil, it is profitable to sell fatty, sweet, salty foods, ie it sells much less rich and healthy products. a handful of multinationals have a turnover of $ 500 billion and have taken control of our food. Food is an important sector of our economy, there are not only food companies such as cola or salsa, but also distributors such as Walmart or Carrefour supermarkets. food companies are strong and control the distribution chain and then the marketing agency earns money from the merits of junk food consumption. So we have players who weigh a lot in our society and who want to sell us unhealthy food. we actually need food producers, and the price of the products is much cheaper than fresh products up to 60%.  they mainly serve the poor as a privileged target, becoming the first victims of the system. The Hamilton family lives in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Washington, just a few miles from the White House, living in a food desert. Non-stop products, miles in Washington's luxury neighborhoods. this is the Hamilton neighborhood, one of those abandoned places where the state has encouraged the establishment of a franchised fast food chain. with ten times the consequences of a relentless marketing strategy. The food industry says it is the consumers' fault. the truth is that it has changed our entire food environment everywhere today. We see our smartphone on billboards in movie TV commercials, we see junk food. a manipulation that begins in childhood. you go to the supermarket and you are face to face with sugary drinks as well as at schools. advertising affects people from the threshold of subconscious thinking. I took them into account and I don't know why maybe, because there were some of my favorite commercials. Scientific studies show a direct link between exposure to advertising and children's food preferences. By filtering new spaces, such as social networks or online games, this is the role of objective marketers and they know how to do it very well, so marketing has been an effective application. What our marketing hides is that junk food causes one of the most devastating diseases of all, diabetes. today a person does this every 6 seconds in the world. 25 years ago, if I had told you that I had an 18-year-old patient with type 2 diabetes, you would have said it was amazing. It is common to have young people in the world of children with diabetes. it is unfair that suffering cannot be avoided. for me it's a crisis. more people die because of sugar than because of crime. the sugar beverage industry continues to adopt the same line of defense that cigarettes have developed. For over 20 years, like tobacco companies, the industry has eliminated any link between the disease and the consumption of these products. meetings were held to inform people that a carbonated beverage tax is regressive and discriminatory and will solve the problem of obesity. Now, thanks to several pieces of evidence that have profoundly influenced medical and scientific institutions to generate controversy over the health impact of these products by the sugar beverage industry, the answers have become a reality. Obesity is a complex problem, difficult to solve and must be addressed by all institutions, public and private. I think processes are an essential weapon and I think the industry is starting to understand what to expect next year or in 5 years. Around the agri-food industry around the world, voices will be raised to protect consumers who will call for new laws. San Francisco is the first city in the United States to declare sugar cane war. Due to this debate that has been going on for several years, the idea of ​​taxing sugary soft drinks in the United States and the debate on the issue of the role of the state in food industry strategies were had. implementation of regulations is ongoing. the sugar beverage industry mobilizes lobby lawyers, found consumers saying: please don't tell us what to eat or drink. Nobody wants to be a victim. So, just because I don't want people to die, we need to change public policies to inform people so that they are aware of their choice and allow them to make a real choice. this is the motivation. we can't be left out. in Germany a supermarket chain promises to take action against fast food. It is intended to send an open letter to the Chancellor and the Minister of Food. “Take the prevention of obesity, type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases seriously. Adopt a tax on sugary drinks and advertising restrictions for children with foods with an unbalanced nutritional profile. ” This letter sent to the government in January 2019 went unanswered. a tsunami-sized wave of overweight and obesity is heading towards Germany, a pioneer in many sectors and with a particularly evolving health system, which lags behind in terms of obesity prevention, explained by the fact that lobbies economic are extremely strong. In Germany, economic interests still prevail over health issues today. the German government depends on the ability of the industry to regulate itself, without drinks taxes or advertising restrictions imposed on them. This flexibility led the Minister of Nutrition to dedicate 7 years of activity to reducing the levels of sugar, salt and fat in its product. it's a disaster. Nutrition Minister Julia Kloeckner is doing almost nothing to protect the population from sugar, fat and salt, despite scientific warnings from the World Health Organization and doctors asking for it. Reduce the sugar problem a bit. what is happening with the growing pressure on the food industry in the western world is colonizing other markets. Mexico was the first to suffer this cataclysm. we add sugar to the global food supply as markets grow larger in Europe and the US. 73% of the Mexican population and today 10% of those who are overweight or obese suffer from diabetes. this became the leading cause of death. Did the whole world head to Mexico wondering what's going on? why is overweight and obesity growing so fast in Mexicans? We have made this a crime for public health, every Mexican consumes an average of 137 liters of juice per year. the great western countries have spread their garbage all over the world and I am sure they have been well received. It is cheap, tastes good and is just as practical to please. at the corner store, an apple costs more than a bottle of juice. they tried to offer substitutes for the traditional foods of the Mexican diet. Corn tortillas, for example, have been replaced. if you want to look at a map, that there is a territorial invasion, people already have it in their veins, and they are taken hostage. is food colonization. Mexico has been affected by the perverse effects of globalization, the violation of local crops in the suburbs of endangered agricultural land, which is still fighting for better nutrition. Government support was virtually nil. We are fighting a war against the consumption of sugary drinks and unwanted food. this generation will be the first in the history of Mexico to have hope. less than their parents, a third of children are overweight or obese. today in Mexico the price of water has risen. In a country where a former president of the republic was responsible for Coca-Cola and the agri-food industry, it may seem like an impossible mission for Alejandro Calvillo to head the health ministry. The first tax on soft drinks on the continent was very useful because in the next 2 years the consumption of sugary drinks decreased in Mexico. Consumption has been reduced by more than 5 or 10% due to secondary taxes on unwanted food. more ambitious steps are needed to get rid of junk food before we can talk about healthy eating. France has chaired a parliamentary committee on industrial food research. for 6 months the institute of hearings, consumer investigation came to testify about the inadmissibility of advertising for unhealthy food. nothing moves. Politicians side by side do nothing and then the agri-food industry or even large-scale distribution, does not change its practice and above all, does not want to change them. The project is debated in the National Assembly on February 21, 2019. Political will is collapsing against the interests of the agri-food industry. there is a certain cynicism or a way to protect ourselves, to see the disaster we are in and to do nothing. I don't know how to assess if it's the skepticism of the final inconsistency, I don't have the answer to that. So I tell myself that the budget, as it is today, sucks in terms of public action. Obesity combines the challenges of our time, the exploitation of chronic diseases, with the difficult political action of the health system in the face of the economic monsters of intensive agriculture that feeds us. it is the whole food chain that needs to be revised so that everyone around the world regains control of their healthy eating. ndustry or even large-scale distribution, does not change its practice and above all, does not want to change them. The project is debated in the National Assembly on February 21, 2019. Political will is collapsing against the interests of the agri-food industry. there is a certain cynicism or a way to protect ourselves, to see the disaster we are in and to do nothing. I don't know how to assess if it's the skepticism of the final inconsistency, I don't have the answer to that. So I tell myself that the budget, as it is today, sucks in terms of public action. Obesity combines the challenges of our time, the exploitation of chronic diseases, with the difficult political action of the health system in the face of the economic monsters of intensive agriculture that feeds us. it is the whole food chain that needs to be revised so that everyone around the world regains control of their healthy eating. 

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