Podcast Episode 16: World Health Organisation Releases Scathing Report On The Impact Of Ultra Processed Foods

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Welcome to another episode of Gut Heroes! In this episode, I dive into a groundbreaking new report released by the World Health Organisation. It sheds light on the staggering influence of four major industries – tobacco, ultra-processed foods, fossil fuels, and alcohol. The report reveals the shocking tactics employed by powerful corporations to maximise profits at the expense of people’s well-being. It includes:

✔️ How these 4 industries cause a whopping 19 million deaths per year globally (34% of all deaths)
✔️ Ultra-processed food industry tactics: delaying and blocking health policies, misleading marketing, targeting vulnerable populations
✔️ The consequences of failing to regulate harmful industry practices: declining public health and chronic diseases
✔️ Proposed solutions: stricter regulations on marketing, transparency, lobbying and conflicts of interest

Show Notes:

🔗 World Health Organisation Report

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Disclaimer: Please note, this is for informational purposes only. Gut Heroes does not offer medical advice. We are all different and what works for me may not work for you. I setup Gut Heroes to share information with you. To shine a light on my own personal discoveries (as I currently understand them) and to help you with your own personal research.

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