Is Cheap, Fast Food Our Main Health Concern?

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Well it's the high society level in the market share where healthier food costs more. It's supply and demand is a little upside down, but really the opportunity is globally where other countries can, adopt this technology as well. for example, cell phones are very progressive in the rest of the world and we are now able to manage patients and provide immunology and health records in other countries through that feedback loop of Smart phone as it were as it we if we could in a way influence our own culture in the United States in a positive way maybe the market will turn by the way the market of health care itself is already upside down.

The incentives that medicare pays for is disease based not outcome based. And so when we switch the paradigm of incentives for healthier living, then I think we'll see the market, and the cost of food, and the access to better food and exercise change too, so we're trying to change everything at once with a 40 year run of an upside down incentive program.