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Called Natalie is at the New York Stock Exchange where just -- at the UN talking to the foreign minister from -- the let's talk more about the UN.
And those leaders taking aim at health problems were talking about non communicable diseases this is.
Anything related to obesity heart problems a growing global issues that cost nations.
Billions upon billions of dollars joining us now to talk more about it managing editor.
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Manny Alvarez with more anytime I hear the UN is getting together to talk about something that's all we do with off you know Brazilian bank.
That is funny because I was listening to the interview that yet with the would foreign minister of Greece and He said and we cutting this we're getting everything -- would getting help to.
To balance the budget look the world is broke and it's very -- noble for the UN to talk about non.
Communicable diseases like diabetes.
Type two diabetes which is a global problem.
That has a lot of implications and of course.
The link to alzheimer's which is another disease that is also embedded in this -- type two diabetes it's all great.
How -- I don't know a lot of talking I don't know what kind of action Begin again because of the end of the day.
What it takes to reduce type two diabetes is.
I'm not gonna say it's expensive but it really has to focus on things that.
I have economic impact when you talk about let's say in -- 13 of Americans keep getting fatter and fatter and we have more type two diabetes.
It's all predicated not only with lifestyle but with lifestyle -- so some of the economic challenges you have you know.
Cheap food is bad for you.
And you know what are you talking about process -- -- Things like cereal and this on the other all of which are many of that we would do which is many factor very cheaply.
It does have an impact in your health and to kind of get the lifestyle of natural fruits and good protein and -- And lean meats all of its its very problematic and the global economy doesn't have that cushion now to take care of it.
In really quickly one thing this is an exclamation point on this is not a problem just with say the United Kingdom and United States in terms of obesity.
And type two diabetes and also it is the irony that as these nations get richer right eating habits get worse because they start eating a lot more stuff is bad for him.
Right instead it's the developing world problem so I'm glad they're talking about I don't know what the gonna do.
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