The AHA and USDA are super excited to help you achieve Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Stroke!

The AHA would like to cordially invite you to enjoy diabetes, Heart Disease, and Stroke along with obesity and poor cognition! Click the link where they will inform you to follow the USDA’s recommendations of a High Carb, low fat, diet. I mean sure there are over 20 studies that show how bad the standard recommended USDA diet is, but look the USDA has got a lot of grain to sell you and especially the rest of the world! The USDA does not take kindly to anyone getting in the way of them making money, or surreptitiously making the US population over weight and unhealthy! And what would the AHA do if less people needed the services of Western Medicine and Cardio vascular disease and hypertension/ stroke! Look there’s a lot of money in keeping a population fat, sick and tired! Just ask the Pharmaceutical industry! They make A LOT of money on your poor health! Also the makers of the oral diabetes medications Avandia and Actos are super excited to bring you increased risk of MI and even better thiazolidinediones (TZD).

How could it get better! I mean for drug companies! Need more? Pa Pow!

This is a wind fall for the Yard! Just think of how much money we are going to make on the USDA and AHA helping to making people sick and fat!? Wait! We don’t charge anything! Damn it! How am I going to get rich if I don’t charge people to help them with all their health issues? I obviously don’t understand how this works. Any who, there’s more!

How about a high fat, low carb diet?

But if you really want to be blown away, this link will give you some information that will absolutely blow your mind. It’s called, What are we putting in our food that is making us fat?

So you take a look at decide for yourself. Walt

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