Are the food giants killing their own customers?

Here is a great book to read.

My blog title seemed like an absurd statement until I got into reading Salt, Sugar, Fat. I’m typically not one to blindly buy into conspiracy theories or idly place blame. So right up front in this blog piece I’ll answer my own question. No, the food giants are not killing their own customers, we are doing it to ourselves (with their help).

I’d always thought that I ate quite healthily. Typically breakfast includes some cereal, I have a reasonable lunch and dinner and drink very moderately. So it makes sense with modern healthcare that I should be able to outlive the 100 years my grandmother made it to, right?

Well  not according to book and this 20 minute Marketplace documentary.

So why are we writing about this?  As we love our client’s, we’d like to see them live longer healthier lives.  And to put action behind words we’re giving away copies of Salt, Sugar, Fat to any client who would like one.  If you’re a client, fill in the form below and we’ll send you a link to get your free (Paperback, Kindle or CD) version.

I’ll leave you with this…

An old British saying from the military was that “the officers looked down upon the enlisted men.” I always thought that it meant that for some reason officers felt that they were better then the common soldier. It turns out that this is not the case.

100 years ago the officers really did look down on enlisted man because the average soldier came from a poor household who likely had not had the proper nutrition needed to grow physically during their upbringing. Thus the officers, who all came from wealthy educated families, were considerably taller than the enlisted men and thus literally looked down upon them.

Every generation has its nutritional challenges. 100 years ago it was getting enough. Today it is getting enough nutrition without the additives that lead to obesity and high blood pressure while robbing us of energy we need to lead the lives we want to.

Stay healthy and take care of each other.

Fill out my online form.

About The Author

Mark Schneider
Mark Schneider is one of Canada's leading Chartered Financial Planners. For over 30 years he has helped hundreds of regular Canadian families grow small fortunes through consistent planning and wise advice. He holds the following designations: CFP, CLU, CHFC, CFSB

Get ready for your new life. It’ll be a great ride!

OUR

MA Scheneider

Perspectives Articles

SCHNEIDER INSURANCE UPDATE

  Resilience has been the best term we can apply to markets as of...

METABOLICAL – A BOOK THAT TIES IT ALL TOGETHER

I’m getting married at the end of August to my wonderful fiance...

Maxed Out

Looking for a family movie to watch?  I’ve got a great suggestion f...

AN IDEAL RETIREMENT MEANS DOING WHAT YOU LOVE

I’ve had a few clients ask about retirement lately.   Not theirs, b...

SCHNEIDER INSURANCE UPDATE

Despite some recent volatility, stocks have continued to move higher o...

PROPERLY VALUING MOTHERS FOR INSURANCE

The financial business is often associated with life events.  One suc...

We Celebrate Savers

At M.A. Schneider Insurance, we believe the saver deserves to be celebrated.

After all, it’s the saver that is conscientious every day to gradually create wealth for all.

That habit not only creates security for them but for their families and for the community as a whole.

We think they sometimes lose sight of how important they are.

This blog is here to help them. To help inspire them to stay the course and ultimately lead the great lives that they deserve.

Here’s What to Expect

1. Insight we gather about what’s going on that may affect the long-term quality of your life…

While there is a lot on the Internet, we know that making the best decisions for your life is often based on knowing just what your options are.

2. We hope that understanding what’s going on will help with perspective on what you can do.

3. New innovation and resources you can seek out.

This blog will offer an insight into the future because whether we like it or not, we’re going there. We’ll do the research to find the innovations that you should know about.