Americans are sick – much sicker than many realize. More than 100 million adults – almost half the entire adult population – have pre-diabetes or diabetes. Cardiovascular disease afflicts about 122 million people and causes roughly 840,000 deaths each year, or about 2,300 deaths each day. Three in four adults are overweight or obese.
What is making us so sick, and how can we reverse this so we need less health care? The answer is staring us in the face, on average three times a day: our food. Poor diet is the leading cause of mortality in the United States, causing more than half a million deaths per year.
Feast on a poor diet and create stress by performing $3 mortgage inspections which require backyard photos. Fork out about $1,200 for E&O insurance, work for a month and then find out that the mortgage order mill never intended to pay you. Stress and a poor diet will kill you fast. You will also die broke with a worn-out car to pass along to your heirs. Watch out for the Virginia mortgage order mill talked about on all of the Facebook field services groups.