Millennials’ Health Plummets After 27, Everyone is Obese, McDonald’s Sells Big Macs for Breakfast

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
May 3, 2019

You can’t escape fat people. They’re everywhere. Your neighborhood is full of them, your workplace reeks of them and your school promotes them. The media celebrates them. Self-inflicted sickness are one of the hallmarks of our civilization. Wherever there’s fatness, there’s also sickness.

To better understand the extent of the adipose context the West is currently drowned in, consider that people want to buy Big Macs for breakfast.

Daily Mail:

A marketing expert has revealed why McDonald’s caved in to pressure and changed its menu after decades and started selling Big Macs for breakfast.

Barr None managing director Steph Barr said the emergence of a ‘brunch culture’ and the age of instant gratification made it possible for the all-day menu to exist.

‘Many local cafes have an all day brunch menu and McDonalds is just following suit, making themselves more café-like,’ Ms Barr told The Daily Telegraph.

‘Consumers are leading increasingly busy, ‘clockless’ lifestyles. They want the convenience of food they like to be available on-demand wherever they are, AM or PM,’ she said.

But according to McDonald’s Australia’s director of marketing Jo Feeney, the ‘menu innovation’ was simply a product of consumer feedback.

They (customers) told us they wanted our most iconic burgers and nuggets available all day – just as they had told us they wanted breakfast options available all day, a few years ago,’ Ms Feeney told Daily Mail Australia on Friday.

The psyche of the modern human has been conditioned to demand instant gratification. The minds of our people are stuck in a weakening feedback loop of hamburgers, Netflix, Instagram, and degenerate sexual acts. This weakening feedback loop has devastating consequences for our civilization.

Our people are sick in body, mind and spirit.

Daily Mail:

It’s all downhill from 27, new research reveals.

At least if you’re a millennial, chronic conditions and diseases start to rear their heads in your late-20s, and from there things continue to deteriorate, according to a new Blue Cross Blue Shield report.

Millennials, as a generation, are in overall poorer health than their predecessors, Gen X-ers, with higher rates of depression, hyperactivity, substance misuse, type 2 diabetes and Crohn’s disease, among other chronic conditions.

The report authors warn that the healthcare community needs to be aware that millennials are facing growing and perhaps unprecedented health concerns that could cost them years of life and cost the US economy money and productivity.

The obesity epidemic, the opioid epidemic, the mental illness epidemic: Americans are staring down a number of health crises.

And older millennials find themselves at the heart of these, according to the new report.

The health status of millennials will likely have substantial effects on the American economy over the next two decades—including workplace productivity and healthcare costs,’ the report authors warned.

Past civilizations celebrated health and beauty through art.

Our civilization celebrates depravity, deformity and weakness of will.

What these obese monsters put on display is not just their deformed body that no longer resembles a human but also their deformed, crooked inner selves. Their shape is a representation of their personality — they all share common traits, just as they all have disgusting exteriors.

USA Today:

You probably know smoking causes cancer, maybe even that it’s the leading preventable cause of cancer.

You might not know the second leading cause of cancer, because scientists have only recently made the connection.

It’s obesity.

Researchers have been investigating a link between obesity and cancer for more than 15 years, but that link was only established conclusively in the past few years.

While public health officials have programs that address both obesity and cancer prevention, they haven’t tailored programs to specifically address obesity as a cancer risk factor.

They’ll have to.

Because of decreasing smoking rates and increasing obesity rates, obesity is predicted to surpass smoking as the No. 1 preventable cancer risk factor within the next two decades.

The risks for certain obesity-related cancers in younger people is higher in today’s generation of young people than it was a couple generations ago,” said Kristen Sullivan, director of nutrition and physical activity for the American Cancer Society. “We don’t know exactly where the risk is coming from, but a probable explanation is that we’re starting to see the results of the obesity epidemic.”

Doctors and researchers have made immense progress in treating cancer over the past three decades. A rising tide of obesity-related cancers could roll back some of those gains, “which would have critical implications for the health care systems.” Sullivan said.

As of right now, excess body weight or obesity are linked to 13 different types of cancer,” Sullivan said, “and probably more cancer types will emerge as we continue to do more research.”

Many believe the link lies somewhere in the changes that happen in belly fat, what’s known as visceral adipose tissue in the abdomen.

Belly fat is more than just an energy store. It produces hormones and factors important for a person’s health. However, having too much fat can increase or decrease the amount of hormones, proteins and growth factors produced, which collectively increases health risks.


Pregnant women are greatly contributing to the obesity crisis.

Daily Mail:

Scientists can predict from the age of one if a child will become overweight, it was claimed last night.

Using 12 facts about an infant and their parents, experts can make an accurate forecast of how a child will develop as he or she approaches their teenage years.

Individuals are most at risk of weight gain if their mother had diabetes in pregnancy, although birthweight and parental size are also important. Boys and children with younger mothers are also more likely to become overweight.

An infant whose mother suffered gestational diabetes is 81 per cent more likely to be overweight at school. Other risk factors include an overweight father or pre-pregnant mother.

A woman with high blood sugar can pass it through the placenta to their unborn child, which makes the baby’s body more likely to store fat, while overweight parents may pass on unhealthy eating habits. Other factors include a child’s birthweight, and weight compared to their length. Boys are about one fifth more likely to be overweight aged ten to 12 than girls.

The health and diet of pregnant mothers greatly influences the lives of their kids. If we don’t control what these whores eat, babies suffer the consequences.

If we don’t control ourselves, future generations suffer the consequences.

We have to stop sacrificing the future for ephemeral pleasures that bring misery and destruction.

Temptation is a trap.

You have to resist it. You have to control yourself.

The future depends on that.