The Food Guide Pyramid – Why it Can’t Be Trusted


Why not trust the Food Guide Pyramid? Just because it was never intended to protect you from heart disease – it was created to protect the interests of the world’s largest food companies. Of course, the US Department of Agriculture will never approve. But the facts speak for themselves.

The Food Guide Pyramid was founded in 1980. Back then only about 15% of Americans were considered obese clinically. But after the creation of the Food Guide Pyramid (and the worldwide cry for blind journalism), obese people now outnumber 2 to 1 healthy people in America. What’s going on?

The food pyramid contributed to the attack on “low-fat” food products, loaded with carbohydrates, and entered the market. This was supposed to help people access the recommended daily grain supply of 6-11 each day. But if everything is low in fat these days, how do people get fat and fat?

Here’s a funny thing about Guide. When it was first made, carbohydrates were at the top, because their creators knew that carbohydrates were as dangerous as sugar when consumed in large quantities.

But the USDA reviewed the pyramid, saying that carbohydrates should form the basis of a “healthy” diet. This has pleased big food companies (which have raised millions of dollars for this change), but have shocked the creators of Food Guide. Contrary to their ambitions, the flawed Food Guide Pyramid was developed and developed. And what a tremendous amount of suffering this has caused!

So if you want to stay healthy, don’t trust the Food Guide Pyramid. Stick to the creator model, which places fruits and vegetables at the very bottom of the pyramid. Limit your carbs intake of carbs, and eat more fruits and vegetables. Oh, and take supplements, vitamins, and antioxidants too – to make sure the government doesn’t gamble on your health.


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