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Coca-Cola insider says food and beverage companies pay off medical organizations to influence public policy to the detriment of public health
By Lance D Johnson // Jun 05, 2024

Fox News host Jesse Waters recently interviewed a former Coca-Cola employee who is blowing the whistle on the bribery and collusion that takes place between food & beverage companies and medical organizations like the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Diabetes, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Nutrition Association. By paying off these medical organizations, food and beverage companies are able to manipulate health policies and dumb down recommendations that are designed to guide doctors, public policy, and individual health decisions.

Waters interviewed Coca-Cola insider Calley Means, who “saw firsthand how the food and pharma industries rigged the system to their advantage.” The food and beverage industry work to cheapen health guidelines at the major medical organizations to skirt their responsibility for creating a public health crisis and a chronic disease epidemic.

To stop the chronic disease epidemic, food and beverage companies must be reformed, their influence over regulators stripped

This Big Food/ Big Beverage industry works hand-in-hand with Big Pharma to profit from symptom-suppressing drugs that are used to conceal the root cause of disease, which is coming from a host of junk foods and processed food diets. The mass production of inflammatory foods and addictive, brain-damaging food flavor experiments are contributing to heart disease and cancer. The cancer-causing meat preservatives, the heart-damaging oils, the nutrient-stripped, over processed products, the diabetes-inducing sugar drinks, and all the dyes that alter behavior are just a few of the issues at the root of the chronic disease epidemic.

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While all the issues with American food can be fixed at the source, the food and beverage companies refuse to change their product line. Instead, they pay millions of dollars to manipulate medical organizations so that no change will ever take place.

Calley Means says these corporations pay off medical groups to silence the truth about the damaging effects of the processed food products that are offered in America.

In the Fox News interview, he said, "The most important issue in the world, which is that we’re getting sicker, fatter, more depressed, more infertile because of food."

Means said that 80% of the leading chronic diseases that plague Americans today can be directly tied back to the foods that they are eating on a daily basis. He says that these chronic diseases could ultimately be reversed by food, but medical institutions and doctors often deny this fact “because of a rigged system.”

This rigged system includes the iconic Coca-Cola company, which funnels millions of dollars to the American Academy of Diabetes, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Nutrition Association. Food and beverage products are getting more expensive, not merely because of inflationary economic pressures, but because the companies are wasting millions of dollars to manipulate public policy and control medical institutions and government regulators.

Food companies conceal the science showing that their products cause diabetes, heart disease, cancer

Calley Means brought up several points of interest in the interview, including the alarming increase in sugar consumption among children over the past several decades and the silence of the medical institutions on this important matter impacting public health. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) must be criticized for not taking a stronger stance against sugary drinks, because 25% of teenagers are now pre-diabetic. In fact, a shocking 80% of American adults are overweight or obese, and 50% have pre-diabetes or diabetes, while public policies fail to address the underlying issues with the American food supply.

Research institutions like the ADA receive eleven times more funding from the food industry than from the National Institutes of Health. Big Food and Big Beverage have a stranglehold over the scientific research agenda of America’s research institutions.

The USDA's dietary guidelines allow up to 10% of a two-year-old's diet to consist of added sugar. This policy fails to protect public health and is one of the most blatant examples of institutional corruption. This sad guideline shows that there is a deliberate effort to mislead the public on sugar. The pharmaceutical companies and medical institutions are silent on these issues because they profit from treating chronic diseases that result from poor diet, rather than preventing them through better nutrition.

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