The Average American Diet

The Average American Diet

The Average American Diet

  • 7:00 am  —  
  • 10:00 am  —  
  • 12:00 pm  —  
  • 2:00 pm  —  
  • 6:00 pm  —  
  • 8:00 pm  —  
  • 10:00 pm  —  
  • NO breakfast.
  • Coffee with 1 or 2 donuts / coffee with cream & sugar.
  • Cheeseburger or spaghetti, pint of milk, cake.
  • Coffee with cream & sugar. Cookies or left-over donuts.
  • Pizza, chicken wings, or hamburger. Coke and ice cream for dessert.
  • Popcorn / chips and a Coke.
  • Slice of cake or pie.

The Results of the Average American Diet

  • 1. By skipping breakfast and then eating a high sugar meal at morning break, the body starts to slow down the metabolism.
  • 2. But by consuming all that sugar, the bodies insulin levels skyrockets, and remains high, driving the sugar into the storage areas of the body… (FAT)
  • 3. Then you experience an energy surge followed by lethargy.
  • 4. All this happens before lunch!
  • 5. Lunch was high in fat and sugar, giving a temporary energy surge, followed by a slump and more drowsiness.
  • 6. The afternoon break gave another slight boost in energy, but lethargy set in creating a “carb coma.”
  • 7. The rest of the night was spent soaking up calories in front of the TV, virtually inactive.

The Big Picture

This cycle assures NO ENERGY & PLENTY OF FAT STORAGE!
It also promotes:

  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Heart disease
  • Cancer
  • Obesity
  • Fatigue
  • Pre-mature aging

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