CDC executive resigns in disgrace after being caught using influence to favor Coca Cola
07/20/2016 / By Mary Wilder / Comments
CDC executive resigns in disgrace after being caught using influence to favor Coca Cola

When it comes to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), corruption is nothing new.

As with most government organizations, the CDC is fueled by financial greed as opposed to helping support the health and wellness of the American people. They’re much less concerned with whether or not the citizens of the country are flourishing and much more concerned about how much money they have to line their pockets.

The latest corporation the CDC seems to be in cahoots with is none other than soft drink empire Coca-Cola.

New evidence allegedly shows that Barbara Bowman, Ph.D. director of the CDC’s Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, was working with Dr. Alex Malaspina, an employee of the multi-billion-dollar company, to help sway public perception of the effects of soft drink consumption. Once this news was revealed, Bowman resigned from her position with the CDC.

It’s common knowledge at this point that consuming soda isn’t exactly healthy. In fact, there is substantial evidence to support the fact that soda has contributed heavily to America’s overwhelming problems with obesity and the general unhealthiness of its people. According to a report published by Harvard, “Studies in children and adults have found that reducing sugary drink consumption can lead to better weight control among those who are initially overweight.”

Taking care of your body is extremely important in order to make the most out of your life and not die prematurely — and a major part of that is making sure that you eat and drink properly in order to maintain a reasonable weight instead of ballooning up to hundreds and hundreds of pounds. Regularly consuming gallons of sugary liquids is a surefire way to tear down your body beyond repair.

Regardless of what corrupt conclusions the CDC comes to, the facts show that it’s time to completely remove soda from your diet — or face the horrific consequences.



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