Diet-related disease & COVID

What you can do today to strengthen your health against the coronavirus get vaccinated, stop eating junk, start eating fiber (fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and leafy greens) go outside, walk around, drink 8 cups of water, get some sunshine, talk with a friend and look up to remember who you are and how you are naturally designed to be a healthy, whole and holy human being.

Fact: The mass majority of adults in America have diet-related disease and sickness. (88% of Americans have some form of diet-related disease and sickness, 74% of Americans are overweight or obese)

Fact: the mass majority of Americans who died from the Coronavirus had underlying health conditions either from sickness and disease or from diet-related sickness and disease. It makes since that “CDC: 94% of Covid-19 deaths had underlying medical conditions” when 88% of Americans have some form of diet-related disease and sickness.

Fact: kids in America also have epidemics of diet-related disease and sickness.

The reason why most adults and kids in Tennessee need to be vaccinated is because they have diet-related sickness and disease. Until, we are ready to deal with the reasons why we have diet-related disease and sickness and we change the way we eat and live, then protecting ourselves and our children against a virus that kills people with comorbidity is a matter of life and death for the mass majority of Americans and especially Tennesseeans.

 1 in 3 Tennessee kids is overweight. 1 in 5 is obese.
Childhood obesity has reached epidemic levels in Tennessee.

More than 240,000 kids have at least 1 chronic obesity-related health condition such as diabetes, hypertension or high cholesterol.

Other reasons why kids in Tennesseee have low immunity.

“American toddlers are more likely to eat french fries than green vegetables on any given day, according to a new national survey on children’s eating habits.

Many young kids also go without any vegetables at all, the survey found.

One in four 6- to 11-month-olds and one in five 1-year-olds had no reported vegetable consumption at all on days they were surveyed, the researchers reported.”

Childhood Obesity in Tennessee

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