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"bernice uncle" Discussed on Your Doctor�s Orders

Your Doctor�s Orders

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"bernice uncle" Discussed on Your Doctor�s Orders

"But throughout time what one. Each per breakfast has changed. Romans eight mostly bread and leftover also had paint kicks no maple syrup. We would have to wait for the Canadians for that. One early Americans a cold meats rice hominy and usually leftovers from the night before one restaurant menu from nineteen. O One had chicken on the menu for breakfast but the idea of a healthy breakfast came in shortly. After that. If you were wealthy or famous and had problems you would go to one of the health. Spas and the most famous of the day was in Battle Creek Michigan from the eighteen seventies till its decline and the Great Depression. It was this country's version of PALTROW's goop peddling nonsensical cures to the rich and famous. And using that as leverage to peddle cures to America John D. Rockefeller Thomas Edison Henry Ford Presidents Harding and tapped Mary. Todd Lincoln and Amelia earhart. We're all guests at this health. Spa Run by Dr John Harvey Kellogg. Who invented by the way the word sanitarium for his health spa? He had strong views about health influenced by religion. Kellogg was a seventh day. Adventist who believed that the evils of society were meet tobacco alcohol and sex. He never consummated his own merit meet. His religion was evil leading to lustful thoughts to avoid this. He invented an alternative breakfast that contained no me. He said that this would not only solve the problems of indigestion or dispatch as many of his clients complained of but this would be a morning. Anti Master Batori meal and for the record. No one has ever studied that conclusion. His invention which you know as kelloggs cornflakes were made available widely to the public in about Nineteen O. Six Kellogg also had his own health magazine. It was called good health. One of the most. Well read magazines about health during the day bit. Was that days. Version of prevention magazine peddling his own version of health wellness and nonsensical cures in his magazine. He was the first to state. That breakfast was the most important meal of today. Today's cornflakes have a slightly different recipe than the original ones. That Dr Kellogg admitted his brother decided to add sugar to them because they were going to sell these to the masses and breakfast cereal maker Kellogg richer than a sanitarium telephone health advice. Took hold and America went from breakfast. Meats and rice to one of cereals rolls and coffee then came the second wave of marketing. Then Nineteen Thirties. Beech-nut of chewing gum fame. But they were also Bacon. Producers wanted to increase bacon sales so they turned to the PR firm of one. Edward Bernice since breakfasts have become lighter. Do Kellogg's influence one of cereals and coffee in a role they wanted to change that soberness ask the company physician. If a heavier breakfast would be good the doctor agreed and they mailed five thousand positions and ask them if they agreed forty five hundred of them did and the Perm took out advertisements. In the nation's newspapers forty five hundred doctors agree. It said you need a heavy breakfast to start the day make him and what goes best with breakfast bacon eggs. You need a heavy breakfast. The doctor stated to give you energy and boost your metabolism and help you work harder and longer the marketing worked beechnuts bacon sales increased. Then the all American breakfast of Bacon and eggs was born. Bernez is considered the father of American marketing. The original madman of Madison Avenue. Bernice uncle was influential in his thoughts about marketing. His uncle Sigmund Freud to competing ideas about breakfast one based on meat for a good start one based on cereal for another kind of start or lack of start both with plenty of health claims and then those ideas became firmly entrenched in the minds of people to competing thoughts about. What's good for breakfast? So they began to test those hypothesis. Who sponsored the studies turned out? Industry did the cereal industry poultry industry. The Bacon Industry. Does that bother you to be fair? Just because an industry sponsors study does not mean. The study is flawed. But it should raise a level of skepticism. One must be skeptical of a study that draws the conclusions according to the industry that's funds it. The Iowa breakfast study for example. If you WANNA get a copy of the original twenty papers you have to right to the cereal institute and if you read them there was actually not that much difference between the workability of skipped breakfast or not. That's probably not what you heard. The study set is it. What about weight loss? You've probably heard all of those studies at associate people who eat breakfast as having less excess weight than those who skip breakfast. The problem is they are two different groups of people meaning those who regularly breakfast and those who regularly skip breakfast. They're just looking at one factor between people who are skinny and those who are not adding calories if you normally skip breakfast doesn't appear to be a good weight loss strategy instead of looking at breakfast eaters versus non breakfast eaters. What happens if you take some Group of people the same group of people and randomized them to a group of breakfast eaters and then change them to a group of people who skip breakfast. There have been thirteen such studies. And what did they conclude? There is no evidence that eating breakfast helps you lose weight and in fact in some studies people who started to eat breakfast gained weight. What a thought. Eat more calories during the day by taking up breakfast and you don't lose weight though. Studies also didn't look at what is eaten for breakfast..

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