Diet: The Disease of our Generation

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Something needs to change, obesity is at an all time high, do people know what to do and just don’t want to change, or does the information we are being fed need to change…..

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49 thoughts on “Diet: The Disease of our Generation”

  1. Awesome video, I've been overweight for many years now (I'm 20 btw), 4 years ago I started on a low-carb diet, I lost 15 kilos but got sick of the diet after a year, and I kept my weight for quite a while, but 4 months ago I started building muscle and my diet got so important to me that I've been able to stay away from soda (I drank sugar free, but it still makes you fat), sugar and junkfood, and staying away from sugar helped greatly, after a couple of weeks of not eating sugar normal food tastes WAY better, I don't have any cravings for junkfood or sweets and I feel really good, I haven't been this healthy since I was 13 years old, I'm still overweight and I weigh 90 kilos now, but 4 months ago I weighed 96 kilos and I've gained a nice amount of muscle in a short period of time, so it will be fun to see how I look 8 months from now.
    I completely agree, a lot of peoples illnesses is probably caused by a bad diet, and people kill themselves with pharmaceutical pills because of illnesses they get from eating bad food, so its a really evil circle, first you get ill from bad food and then you get ill from taking pills to help you treat the illness caused by a bad diet, this world is fucking sick and its all because of the foods people choose to eat, you're literally what you eat and that mentality has helped me change my diet to something that makes me faster, stronger and slimmer.

  2. Great video. I try to spread the same message myself. Good to see there are still people out there that understand nutrition and being active.

  3. I know some one once told me that corporations will produce things that will minimize your age if we eat things from nature instead of going for processed foods then we have a chance to build a bright future for mankind this video is inspirational thanks Ben

  4. The comfort zone is what I struggle with and I need to change how I approach being uncomfortable.  Your video gave me a push.  To move on and up and continue with weight loss and exercise.  Thank you so very much.

  5. Food can be something with 100 ingredients, 10 ingredients, or whatever number you want to say because it's taken from food to make the recipe. As humans become more complex and evolved in revelation of how we go about things, so did the way we make food to taste better or specificity. What you said made no sense what so ever honestly.

    I think what you are confused with the concept is that the more that a whole food is cooked and separated, that in turn means it will more along the lines of becoming more so processed meaning micronutrient devoid. It's still food though. I don't know where you learned that from but that isn't correct whomever the source is.

    Again I humbly recommend looking up the likes of Alan Aragon, Lyle Mcdonald, James Krieger, and even Dr. Layne Norton for more unbiased info.

  6. Top video Ben! My simple rule is to AVOID SUPERMARKETS at all costs. I challenge anyone to stand anywhere within a supermarket and look around. Anywhere you stand you will see junk food! Crisps, chocolate, fizzy drinks, cakes, ice cream, beer. Most of the time this stuff is on offer to tempt you even more (why is fruit & veg never on offer?). I now do most of my shopping at the local market. The 'meat man', the green grocer and the fish monger will provide all of the food (real food!) you should ever need. 😀

  7. Hey I just watched this video and I rarely ever care to write a comment but on this occasion I am. I found your attitude very inspiring! I've subscribed and I look forward to seeing more of your videos

  8. Excellent video! I never follow a diet I just eat all sorts of organic foods, almost no processed ones. I move a lot.That is all.

  9. This is way more than a video about Diet or nutrition. Very inspiring words and goes to the core of all human challenges. And that is to actually walk your talk. Great job, Ben. Yo have inspired me. Cheers.

  10. If you dedicate yourself over the next 21-days and follow The 3 Week Diet as outlined, you will be walking around with 12 to 23 pounds of body fat gone from your waist, hips, thighs, belly and butt. Your clothes will be looser, you’ll look healthier and more attractive…and you’ll have more energy than you’ve ever had in a long, long time.

  11. I personally think that this message is tackling an issue that alot of people shy away from, a very good, inspirational video!!! Huge fan of your work and your advice is always spot on!

  12. Great message. What I realised – as an Eastern European is that everybody is taking the Standard American Diet or falls over to the other extremes. The point is on finding a healthy balance. As an Eastern European, the advice I can give is that cooked food is not unhealthy. Just look at all of the people from Eastern Europe or just look at me – I am 34, healthy and never been obese. I eat a variety of vegetables, fruits, cooked food that I make for myself (I love cooking! – I love even more when I can make a delicious meal to someone), meat (I know vegans and vegetarians would hiss at me at this point, but meat is important for the body because of B12 which is one of the most important vitamins). I avoid fast food, soft drinks with added sugar and any kind of artificial food, even protein shakes. I don't really understand eating disorders, because where I lived we had harsher problems to deal with, but the sad thing with people is that they all want to be beautiful and they forget about health and go to extremes. The other sad thing is people who are just ignorant. I hope everyone finds their healthy, varied balanced diet. Variety is the spice of life! Greetings from a healthy Hungarian. 🙂

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  14. "Food is something with one ingredient" I like that, really nice way of communicating the message. Love the video Ben, brilliant job you've done, congrats.

  15. Brilliant! 🙂 And I love what about said about food being one ingredient, I work in a health food store and I'm studying nutritional therapy and sports nutrition, it bugs me when customers come into the shop looking for "something to help me lose weight" or they ask if we sell shakes and other stuff for weight loss. It's hard to get people to listen to their bodies and to understand that, like you said, real food and exercise works everytime! Keep up the fight! 😀 

  16. Amazing video, inspirational to everyone thinking about what they eat and their life, it's great see someone with some much knowledge challenging our food culture. Defiantly getting this onto Facebook to share

  17. great video and hopefully will reach the many many uneducated people who know nothing about nutrition (i know they haven't been expose to it BUT they should be more proactive to educate themselves)

  18. "food has only one ingredient" – love it! Great ending with Gareth's transformation too… excellent video

  19. I haven't seen a good quality video in such a long time. pleasantly surprised! keep up with the amazing work you've been doing ❤️

  20. Great video, : ) be carefull though, todays meat is 5x fatter than before, if people eat half of their plate of it, they wont handle it. Great saying that food has one ingredient and emphasizing wholeness this matters allot.

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