Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Government subsidized junk food and medical care

Much obesity and disease results from government financed calories that find their way into junk food heavily advertised in the media that promotes the over-all liberal agenda. Cutting government spending will improve health if people can learn to eat better after decades of learning to like junk food. Tomatoes are cheaper than medicines -- an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The economy will improve as people spend less on drugs and disease and they will become healthier and more able to compete in the global economy. They will have more money to spend on education, exercise, and healthier foods. Government tax/spend is a big part of the problem and Obamacare is a prescription to continue these problems and make them worse. Good ideas can be found at:
David Katz, M.D.
Director of Yale University's Prevention Research Center