Government “soda tax” to curb obesity epedemic – we don’t think so…

New research shows that any government estimates on the effectiveness of a “sugar tax” on sodas is overestimated by quite a lot…

(are we surprised?  I mean, this is coming from the same people eating $16 muffins…)

Here’s a link to an unbiased report by Canadian researchers on the government claims… http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Health/20111118/weight-loss-myths-us-111119/

Their research shows that the soda tax might bring about a 4 pound decrease in the average weight of the obese person, whereas prior government studies claimed 20 lbs or more.

Let’s be realistic anyway – government rulings are not going to skinny down this country.

That will only happen by individual people – like Dr Chad, Dr Stacey and numerous others – deciding for themselves to lose the weight, and not because of some new government tax.

Read about Dr Stacey & Dr Chad here: http://weightworksonline.com/videos.html

Canadian research shows that the benefits of a “sugar tax” on soda just doesn’t add up to reverse the obesity trend.

Better is to follow the example of Dr Chad, Dr Stacey and many others and just lose the weight yourself!

Not sure the government has a role here anyway…

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