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The Food Pyramid is a dietary guide from the USDA; follow it at your own risk.


According to Dr. Willitt, chair of the Department of nutrition of the Harvard School of Public Health, the food pyramid is not scientifically supported. Some of the health effects of the food pyramid include blood sugar fluctuations, overeating, and type-II diabetes.

One study over a period of 8 - 12 years, showed that of those who followed the food pyramid closely, only 10% of men and 3% of women experienced a reduction in heart disease, cancer, or other chronic disease compared to those who did not follow the pyramid closely. It appears to be ineffective.

The law requires that the 13 member panel who writes the national nutrition guidelines must include nutrition experts who are leaders in pediatrics, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and public health. A U.S. District Court that the USDA broke the law by selecting members with known financial ties to various food industries. These members wrote the food pyramid.



This is the USDA Food Pyramid


Harvard Medical School created their own version called the Healthy Eating Food Pyramid. Of those people closely following the Healthy Eating Pyramid, 20% of men and 11% of women were less likely to have a chronic illness compared to those who did not follow the healthy eating food pyramid. And men were 40% and women 30% less likely to have cardiovascular disease.

Cancer occurs when symbiotic organisms become parasitic due to an overly acidic diet, and grains are generally acid forming. You can avoid cancer by eating an alkaline diet. The Food Guide Pyramid's base of grains promotes cancer. Read the story from the links below.

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