Really? Two thirds (turds?) of Americans are overweight. If you can market something to them, you’ve got 200 million potential customers.[/quote]
Then these investors should buy themselves a gym or sell wholesome foods. Two methods that are proven already to work!
No R&D necessary, no side effects. Curing the disease, rather than covering up the symptoms.
The problem is lazy asses. People want to enjoy shit food, because their ideals of flavor and texture are warped. They’ve been tricked into “newer is better”. They also enjoy the convienence.
In a sane world, we wouldn’t need both parents working 40 hours to support a family. Then there would be time for food preparation and caring for the health of the family.
This is how it was, up until the women’s liberation movement, which must have been engineered by evil capitalists who wanted to suck dry our lifeblood even further.
“Ah, show them ‘Mary Tyler Moore’ and make women believe that they will be empowered by working, even as we suck the power of the family!”
The purpose of the propagandist is to convince the target that his interest and theirs are the same.
You want to know about freakonomics, take a look at the “obesity epidemic” graphed against total hours worked per adults. When women weren’t working as they are now, that total hours might have been near two-thirds of what it is today.
Think about it.