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Health Curse of the Middle Aged: 80% Are Now 'Overweight, Lazy or Drink Too Much' as They Worry About Their Children, Ageing Parents or Work

Officials say that those in the 40-to-60 age group are neglecting their health because they’re too busy worrying about their children, aging parents or work. Not only that, 83 percent simply have poor lifestyle habits, as reported by the Daily Mail — and the obesity epidemic alone is so huge it will take 30 years to fix.

It’s true: Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic in people of all ages, including children. According to the latest statistics, 30.4 percent of American adults aged 20 and older were obese in 2015, up by half a percent from the year before, and 9.5 percent of Americans aged 18 and over have type 2 diabetes.

The solution for obesity and diabetes is a high-fat, low-net carb diet, yet this truth is largely ignored. Instead, diabetes specialists are now calling for gastric surgery to become a standard treatment for obese diabetics when, in truth, new research shows that high-fat diets are superior for weight loss; calorie counting doesn’t work; exercise alone cannot combat obesity; saturated fat does not cause heart disease and meal frequency influences weight — all things that surgery does not address.

To effectively burn body fat, you may need as much as 50 to 85 percent of your daily calories to come from beneficial monosaturated and saturated fats, which include: olives and olive oil; raw nuts such as macadamia and pecans; grass-fed meats and butter; coconuts and coconut oil; avocados; organic pastured egg yolks; and animal-based omega-3 fats such as krill oil and small fatty fish like sardines and anchovies.
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