The Globalisation of Bad Food and Poor Health: Sustainable Development or Sustainable Profits?

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The proportion of deaths due to cancer around the world increased from 12 percent in 1990 to 15 percent in 2013. Globally, cancer is already the second-leading cause of death after cardiovascular diseases.

In India, government data indicates that cancer showed a 5 percent increase in prevalence between 2012 and 2014 with the number of new cases doubling between 1990 and 2013. The incidence of cancer for some major organs in India is the highest in the world. Reports have also drawn attention to rising rates of breast cancer in urban areas, and, in 2009, there was a reported increase in cancer rates in Tamil Nadu’s textile belt, possibly due to chemically contaminated water.

The increase in prevalence of diabetes is also worrying. By 2030, the number of diabetes patients in India is likely to rise to 101 million (World Health Organisation estimate). The number doubled to 63…

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  1. YES, I AM FEELING WORN DOWN MYSELF, AND FEEL LIKE I HAVE GONE THROUGH A MEAT GRINDER, TRYING TO GET MY HUSBAND’S DISABILITY, BUT NEVERTHELESS I MUST MOVE FORWARD. IT IS AMAZING THE STRUCTURE OF RED TAPE, WHEN THERE DOES NOT HAVE TO BE ANY. I GIVE THANKS THAT WE HAVE BROTHERS AND SISTERS TRYING TO HELP US, OR ELSE I DO NOT KNOW WHERE WE WOULD BE. ALL COUNTRIES FOR THE MOST PART ARE TRYING TO DESTROY THEIR OWN CITIZENS, AND GOVERNMENTS ONLY INVEST IN OTHER GOVERNMENTS. WHEN JESUS CHRIST RETURNS, THEIR DAYS SHALL FOR AN ETERNITY BE SHORTENED.

    http://educate-yourself.org/nwo/nwopopcnsaglobal2000report10mar81.shtml

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