Fat loss nearly impossible with modern diet, says leading scientist

Unhealthy Diet

January 3, 2022

As a nation, we’re getting sicker and fatter. And according to best-selling author and leading metabolic scientist, Benjamin Bikman, Ph.D., it’s really not your fault.

From the time that the US government first set dietary guidelines in 1977, the food industry has completely shifted the types of foods they produce, mostly to our overall detriment. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the weight of the average adult American today is nearly 30 pounds more than that of the average adult American in 1977.

“For the first time in history, we had a government telling us what to eat,” said Bikman. “And our weight and health have only suffered for it.”

For a variety of reasons, the government had been on the search for a way to “fix” diet for some time. With the support of one dubious study, they determined that the culprit was dietary fat and later introduced the infamous “food pyramid” that vilified natural healthy fats in favor of an increase in the consumption of refined unhealthy carbs. The results on the nation’s health and weight couldn’t have been worse.

Now, after years of ground-breaking research, Dr. Bikman has decided to share his incredible findings with the public, along with the simple changes you should make today that can have profound results.

About Dr. Benjamin Bikman

Ben Bikman, Ph.D. is a leading metabolic scientist and best-selling author of the book “Why We Get Sick”. As a researcher and popular speaker on human metabolism and nutrition, Dr. Bikman has seen the terrible impact a poor diet has on the health and weight of people worldwide. His advice to the many requests he receives is consistent, and is backed by clinical science. Watch the video to learn more.

*Weight loss is achieved as part of a healthy balanced diet and exercise program

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