The Answer to Obesity Is Obvious If You Look at the Statistics
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so since 1970 obesity has tripled in adults and almost tripled in children okay so the answer is in the food statistics I want to see if you could figure this out so this data is based in America 2014 on what an average American consumes per day I put a link down below to see the entire report so let’s see if you could figure this out okay number one vegetables an average American consumes 1.6 cups of vegetable per day protein 7.1 ounces fat 63 grams daily so we get forty four point seven grams of vegetable fat and fourteen point seven grams of saturated fat grains point four eight pounds that’s a half a pound a day 174 pounds a year sugar 23 teaspoons per day or 131 pounds per year now this is added sugar okay it’s not the sugar within the food so what do you think go ahead and type it in the comment section I’ll wait for your answer we’ll give you a couple minutes actually this is recorded I can’t do that but it’s pretty obvious to me hey look at this vegetables 1.6 cups now we need 7 to 10 cups okay fat 63 grams that’s not unreasonable this is too high though vegetable oil because this actually is soy canola corn GMO this is a problem okay grains a half a pound a day is that too much that is way too much half a pound of grains and you’re talking a lot of refined grains as well and then we have added sugar 23 teaspoons per day is that excessive how many is acceptable less than one zero so I don’t know if it’s just me but it’s so obvious of what’s causing this we need to increase the vegetables we need to cut down the vegetable oil we need to eliminate these two right here and this will go away so some people will tell you it’s the saturated fat but we’re only consuming fourteen point seven grams of saturated fat every single day that is not the problem these are the problem so go ahead and type down your comments your opinion below I’m really curious what you think about this data so we’ve been getting a lot of success stories but I don’t have your success story yet so click the link down below and upload you before and after I want to actually hear about your success story I want to see your before and afters and every week we do featured success stories so click the link down below and share your success
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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the answer to obesity. Since 1970 obesity has tripled in adults and almost tripled in children. He also talked about how it is obvious to see what is causing obesity through food statistics.
Since 1970 obesity has tripled in adults and almost tripled in children. The answers is in the foods statistics. I want to see if you can figure this out. So this data is based on America 2014 on what an average American consumes per day. I put a link down below to see the entire report. Number 1 vegetables, an average American consumes 1.6 cups of vegetables per day. Protein 7.1 ounces. Fat 63 grams daily, so we got 44.7 grams of vegetable fat and 14.7 grams of saturated fat. Grains, .48 lbs, that’s half a pound a day 174lbs a year. Sugar 23teaspoons per day or a 131lbs a year. Now this is added sugar, it is not the sugar within the food. What do you think? Go ahead and type it in the comment section, I’ll wait for you answer. We’ll give you a couple of minutes. Actually this is recorded, I can’t do that. But it is pretty obvious to me, look at this, vegetables 1.6 cups per day. We need 7 to 10 cups. Fat 63 grams, that is not unreasonable. This is too high though vegetable oil because this is actually soy, canola, corn, GMO. This is a problem. Grains half a pound a day, is that too much? That is way too much. Half a pound of grains and you’re taking half of pound of grains as well. And then we have added sugars 23 teaspoons per day, is that excessive? How many is acceptable? Less than 1? Zero? I don’t know if it’s just me, but it so obvious what is causing this. We need to increase the vegetables, we need to cut down vegetable oil, we need to eliminate these two (Grains and Sugars) right here and this (Obesity) will go away. So some people will tell you it’s the saturated fat, but we are only consuming 14.7 grams of saturated fats every single day, that is not the problem. These are the problems. Go ahead and type down your comments and your opinion below. I’m really curious what you think about this data.
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