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question: Do you think obesity and diabetes have increased in forst world nations in the last 25 years or decreased?  (Foodpump's quote)
 
 Has it or are we testing more which makes it look like more, I don't know and neither do they. There are as much thin as fat people with diabetes. (Dagger's answer)


Food by itself is not to blame. Food consumed in excess is, unbalanced diets are. (Foodpump's quote)
 
 Then explain joie chestnut and other competitor eaters who aren't over weight. Medical industry constantly changes its mind, this is it no that is it. Cholesterol, they said it was diet now the finding diet has nothing to do with it. You either have it or not. Ford can make 100 engines same plant same parts but they will not all have the same compression, why who knows. Every fat person with diabetes has a thin counter part. Every fat person who over eats has a thin counter part that isn't. If I know the definitive answer I would be god and have a pill to fix it.  (Dagger's quote)

 

 

I can't explain until you've answered the question I gave you two posts ago.  If you don't know the answer, start getting some opinions from teachers, phys.ed teachers, doctors, and airline hostesses.

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Dagger to say that there is no correlation between diabetes and diet is just plain wrong.  Sure there are other factors such as genetics, and exercise, and stress, but diet is the most important factor in Type II diabetes.  As I said in my previous post there are always exceptions to the rule, but the evidence is monumental.  I am a great example of it.  Once I left the restaurant world and became a food service administrator where I pretty much sit for 8 hours a day as opposed to standing and running for 12 I watched my blood work go down the drain.  My cholesterol rose, my blood pressure rose and my blood sugars rose to the extent that I was labeled borderline diabetic.  I haven't changed my exercise patterns much but I've really started to watch what I eat.  I'm on medication for my cholesterol and high blood pressure but through diet alone I've lowered my blood sugars and have kept myself from becoming diabetic.

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