Health insurance companies invest billions in fast food chains
(NaturalNews) Did you ever wonder how health insurance companies drum up future business? It's easy: Just invest in companies whose products cause chronic degenerative disease, driving people towards more health care needs and therefore more health insurance.
And that's exactly what the health insurance industry is doing. A new article published in the American Journal of Public Health reveals that U.S. and Canadian health insurance giants own nearly $2 billion worth of stock in fast food giants like McDonald's, Burger King, KFC, Taco Bell and others.
So profits made by health insurance companies are reinvested in industries that make people sick and diseased, bringing them back to buy more health insurance down the road. It's a pretty clever business model for an industry that seems focused on the almighty dollar and obviously has no concern whatsoever for the actual health status of its customers. If anything, these health insurance companies hope you get sicker!
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This is something that I have been talking about for years, but that I used to get laughed at for even suggesting such a conspiracy were even possible, much less actually being carried out. Now it's completely proven to anyone who has half a brain left to even comprehend the obvious. Check out this article that I have circulated for a few years now, but that has fallen on deaf ears for the most part, sadly...
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