Do you think Z Trim could help solve America`s obesity epidemic?
Z Trim, which has no fat, is made from the hulls of corn, oats, soy, rice and barley. It was developed by a scientists at a U.S. Department of Agriculture lab. The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a consumer advocacy group that often speaks out on unhealthy food, said it has no safety concerns about Z Trim.
Sold as a gel or powder, it can be used in dressings, dips, sauces, baked goods, processed meats, snack foods, cookies, pies and other foods. Unfortunately, it cannot be fried. The company believes Z Trim could play a crucial role in fighting the obesity epidemic.
Maybe that's why it works so well, the people who use it stop eating so much fried food.
Anyways, this may help with obesity, but I can't imagine that people who eat food like this "dressings, dips, sauces, baked goods, processed meats, snack foods, cookies, pies and other foods." would be very healthy even with the fat free powder/gel.
I don't think it would work. I think what would work is that people should be able to find the motivation to start a healthy diet that a doctor put together and join a gym. Plus as long as there are fast food places like McDonald's etc where people buy food more often than actually cook it themselves, I doubt the obesity rate will go down.