A Fat World By Mrs Vera West

     This is a sensitive topic for women, so let me address it as an old woman who is “fat,” or as I less brutally prefer to say, “overweight,” mainly because the arthritis in my back and knees limits the amount of exercise I can do. As well, my diet was too grain based before I moved to a basic vegan diet, so the weight stayed on. For most people, given wrong nutritional information by the Big Carbo companies, even with many so called “health foods,” over the years, the weight piles up, just like debts. This is not going to end well, as this report details:

“In 27 years from now, almost a quarter of the global population will be obese, researchers said Wednesday, warning of the mounting medical bill. If current trends continue, 22 percent of people in the world will be obese by 2045, up from 14 percent last year, according to research presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Vienna. One in eight people, up from one in 11, will have type 2 diabetes -- a form of the disease that generally hits in adulthood as a result of being overweight. “These numbers underline the staggering challenge the world will face in the future in terms of numbers of people who are obese, or have type 2 diabetes, or both,” said researcher Alan Moses of Danish healthcare company Novo Nordisk’s research and development department. “As well as the medical challenges these people will face, the costs to countries’ health systems will be enormous,” he added. In the United States, the researchers found obesity will increase from 39 percent of the population in 2017 to 55 percent in 2045, and diabetes from 14 percent to 18 percent.”

     Add into this the cost of the coming flood of migrants, as hundreds of millions of Third World people claim a place in the West, and Western health care simply collapses. But, it will not be all bad. Natural selection will once more go to work, and only the fit will survive. With economic collapse will come the new diet fad I call: The Starvation Diet, the time proven way to lose weight and keep it off, permanently, for all time.



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