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The Average American…-Watches 4 hours of TV per day (that's 36.5 full-time work weeks) and sees 30,000 television commercials per year!
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Gains 7-10 pounds over the holidays! 

Consumes 2000 Calories per day including 20 teaspoons of sugars!

Eats in a year…
•30 pounds of cheese
•15 pounds of full fat ice cream
•7 pounds of low fat ice cream
•135 pounds of white & whole wheat breads, cereals, pancakes, cakes & cookies
•19 pounds of rice•11 pounds of pasta
•28 pounds of corn flower, starch & grits
•78 pounds of added fats & oils due to food processing!
•35 pounds of cooking oils
•35 pounds of butter & margarine
•152 pounds of ADDED SUGAR!
•111 pounds of red meat
•83 pounds of poultry & seafood
•276 pounds of fruits & vegetables - up only 10% over 1970!
•16 gallons of whole & 2% milk - down from 28 gallons in 1970
•55 gallons of soda! (That's 587 cans)!!!
•27 gallons of coffee•28 gallons of beer
•9 gallons of fruit juice•60 hot dogs
•16 pounds of chocolate


-Dies of heart disease (#1 killer), cancer (#2) or the medical system (#3)!

-Is overweight or obese (60% of the population)!
-Takes 4 medications per day by the time they reach 65!
-Males die at 72.5 years old, females at 78.9. (Compared to 75.2 and 81.2 in Canada, and 77.6 and 88.4 in Japan) - hint they take fewer drugs than we do!

The point of this compilation of facts is to teach you that if you want to live a life like everyone else, and die like everyone else, just do what everyone else does!  Medical research and the Bible both agree that we should live to have 80-120 healthy years!  The Average American plan is a recipe for an early demise.  Look at your life compared to the average.  Maybe it is time to make a few changes?  Eat right (try an organic vegetable once in a while), stop watching TV, get adjusted, and think about how God gave the body an ability to heal itself (if we don't destroy it first) before reaching for a drug.

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