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"We Are Being Poisoned For Profit" Warns Dr. Renae Norton

CINCINNATI, OHIO Millions of Americans are suffering from the effects of a deadly modern-day plague, dramatically reducing the quality of their lives and often leading to premature death. The cause of this plague, according to Dr. Renae Norton, is the food we eat.

A leading expert on eating disorders, Dr. Norton has conducted extensive research into the effects of GMO?s, MSG, High Fructose Corn Syrup, chemical additives, and pesticides, leading her to declare that much of the food consumed by Americans is polluted. Food pollution is driving widespread disordered eating in the U.S., causing an epidemic of obesity, high infant mortality, infertility, premature aging and a wide variety of killer diseases, says Dr. Norton. ?Why? Money. We are being poisoned for profit.

The toxic nature of U.S. foods explains the catastrophic decline in the health of Americans that we are seeing today. ?We are dead last in comparison to the 15 other wealthiest countries in the world when it comes to the most critical health issues, in spite of the fact that we have more food and better medical technology. We are the wealthiest unhealthiest country in the world,? says Norton.

Convenience and perceived cost play a large role in Americans? decision-making process when it comes to what we eat, leading many people to choose processed foods or fast food loaded with pollutants. Unfortunately, the conditions that arise as a result of food pollution often take years to develop, making it difficult for people to make the connection between what they eat and their chronic illnesses and weight problems.

Then there is the American affection for sweets and snacks. ?We are the original instant gratification nation," says Norton. ?The fact that there are nearly 10 teaspoons of GMO sugar in every can of Coke, rendering it a virtual poison, is below the radar of the average American.?

?There is a small but growing number of people who consciously avoid polluted foods and see significant improvements in their health as a result, stresses Dr. Norton, I have patients who were facing forced retirement that are now living normal healthy lives. But most people do not realize that their food is damaged or that their eating is disordered. The problem is we are being poisoned for profit and we just don't know it.?

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About Dr. Renae Norton

A family practice psychologist for more than 20 years, Dr. Norton specializes in the treatment of Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, Obesity, and the consequences of disordered eating. She has researched disordered eating extensively for the past four years and continues to research the topic 20 hours a week. She also applies what she has learned in practice and tracks the astonishing recovery rates along with low relapse rates that clean eating delivers.

Dr. Norton has presented workshops and seminars for such prestigious organizations as the American Psychological Association, which currently offers Dr. Norton?s workshop on Food Pollution for continuing education credits. A former business consultant, she has been an executive coach for several Fortune 500 companies and was Vice President of Global Inclusion and Diversity for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. She has published several books and is also an inventor.

Media Contact: To arrange an interview with Dr. Renae Norton contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications at scottlorenz@westwindcos.com or by phone at 734-667-2090 or by cell at: 248-705-2214.