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I agree with you, the numbers are staggering and upsetting. There is so much that needs to be done. It is food education, diet education, exercise education, and pressure for companies to stop using products like HFCS that have drastically increased our weight and sugar addiction. As a society we also need to stop thinking about large portions and think about healthy portions. People need to understand what is in their food so they can make different choices, they need to understand that even food labeled, "natural" or "healthy" may not necessarily be so.
(Can you tell I am passionate about this subject? :)

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