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▶ BBC Radio 4 - Radio 4 in Four, 3 ways to improve mood with food
There are certain types of foods that have a detrimental effect on behaviour and mood. // preservatives & additives impair concentration ... // + sugar & refined carbohydrates! spike up & down, yoyo! = metabolic syndrome/pre diabetic even if normal weight range! // oats! non-refined (processed) carbs! low glycemic load! // trans fat linked to impaired function // PERFECT STORM! of basic inequality and child poverty, add food poverty. PERFECT STORM FOR inequality. there is no such thing as meritocracy. you either have luck and exploit it or you don't have luck and drew the shortest straw. = CHILD ABUSE!!! youtu.be/cCGk1g5lhqc - Childhood obesity, overweight, pre-diabetic, metabolic syndrome. mental impairment. chronic stress! //&! Little Sugar Addicts by Kathleen Desmaisons &! Potatoes Not Prozac by Kathleen Desmaisons (last one mentioned by durianrider) - youtu.be/V9nSbcff6hc //&! Ad Targeting to Children (food industry) << has to be outlawed! no kids/adolescent
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Obesity: 'Slim chance' of return to normal weight - BBC News
[ its the environment & addiction component, stupid ] For severe obesity, shedding excess weight in a year is even more unlikely, a study of UK health records concluded. [...] [S]trategies for helping obese patients are failing. A team from King's College London is calling for "wider-reaching public health policies" to prevent people becoming obese in the first place. Lead researcher Dr Alison Fildes said the main treatment options offered to obese people in the UK - weight management programmes via their GP - were not working for the vast majority. "Treatment needs to focus on stopping people gaining more weight and maintaining even small levels of weight loss," she said. "Current strategies that focus on cutting calories and boosting physical activity aren't working for most patients to achieve weight loss and maintain that. "The greatest opportunity for fighting the obesity epidemic might be in public health policies to prevent it in the first place at a population level."
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july 2015 by asterisk2a

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