Part 2. Continuing the conversation, Curt Ellis shares his story about the pervasiveness of corn in our daily foods. We learn that for the first time in human history, the problem of obesity is associated with poverty, not affluence. The processed ingredients that saturate the market with cheap food products is the chief culprit.
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