Countries with low obesity rates

Obesity seems to have the same cause the world over, in both humans and lab animals: It results from food toxicity compounded by malnourishment.

The most important food toxins to watchout for are cereal grains (especially wheat), omega-6-rich vegetable oils, and fructose from sugar and corn syrup.

Japan and Korea have one of the lowest obesity rates in the world. What are they doing right?

Well, everything:

Their staple starch is rice, not wheat. Rice is the only non-toxic cereal grain and one of our “safe starches.”
They consume far less vegetable oils than Americans.
They consume far less sugar than Americans.
With a minimally toxic diet, it’s almost impossible to become obese, says Paul Jaminet author of the perfect health diet.

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