Food Industry Caught in DEADLY Lie
Big Food and Big Pharma are practically partners in crime.
The food industry makes us sick with their processed, sugar-loaded junk… and then we end up with diseases that keep us on drugs for the rest of our lives.
It’s quite a racket – and it’s not slowing down at all.
Major food conglomerates were just caught LYING about a major health promise they made just a year ago.
Researchers say they “failed miserably” – I say they cheated.
The food industry is more committed than ever to making us sick and even killing us – and we need to act fast to stay safe.
Last year, Public Health England – a British health agency – asked food manufacturers to cut sugar in popular foods by 5 percent by 2018 and 20 percent by 2020.
And lots of them agreed.
This was a British initiative, but it was going to be good for us in the United States, too. Because lots of these foods are sold in America.
Well, one year later, I’m sure you can guess what happened (or didn’t happen).
Only 33 percent of the biggest selling brands have made any changes.
Another 56 percent of brands made zero changes, whatsoever.
And the final 12 percent actually increased their sugar content!
These food items include processed chocolate, biscuits, cookies, cakes, and more.
All the food companies had to do was keep their word and drop sugar by 5 percent – and they couldn’t be bothered.
In fact, most of them lied to us.
With obesity, diabetes, and heart disease rates skyrocketing, it’s clear that food manufacturers don’t care what happens to us at all.
Luckily, it’s not impossible to protect yourself and your loved ones from the dangerous levels of sugar and other toxins in food products.
Avoid processed foods whenever you can – they’re sugar bombs that are also full of preservatives, artificial flavors, genetically-modified ingredients, and more.
Try to buy organic, but always check sugar levels in organic foods, too.
Yes, the sugar will be natural — but it’s still there, and you want to limit your intake.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health