Isn’t it interesting how most so-called health experts in the
popular media “dance around” the truth when it comes to lifestyle
changes for avoiding heart disease, strokes, cancer, etc.? These
lackeys, who are beholden to the animal agriculture and pharmaceutical
industries, are so predictable in their advice: “Eat healthy and
exercise” seems to be their mantra.
Notice that they never admit that a plant-based diet is the
scientifically proven way to “eat healthy.” After all, they can’t risk
losing their jobs by offending commercial interests. They may go so far
as saying “add fruits and vegetables,” but heaven forbid that they
should ever admit that eating animal products is the root problem.
Of course “exercise” is perfectly safe advice, since the
powers-that-be that control the purse strings – animal product and
medication purveyors – can’t find fault with that. It simply diverts
attention away from the food issue altogether.
Lately, another obvious ploy on a certain TV news channel’s health
segment is diverting the public’s attention by focusing – scapegoating,
if you will – on such an unhealthful product as high-fructose corn
syrup. In addition, they place the blame for the epidemic of obesity on
corn and soy beans, conveniently omitting the fact that, by far, most
corn and soy beans are used to fatten animals for slaughter – and it’s
that fat that contributes to much of societal obesity.
It’s truly sad that the public isn’t simply presented with
scientifically proven facts so that they can make up their own minds
about what they choose to eat. And, of course, no one will venture to
even suggest the truth about the horrendous suffering animals are put
through by these industries.