How Nestle's Nesquik Is Killing Our Children!

Nesquik began in 1948 in the United States as just a chocolate powder; they introduced a syrup in 1981 and by 1984 premixed death was available on the shelves. It wasn't until 1997 that they became Nesquik; previously they were called "Nestle's Quik"; and by that they meant "Quik Death"
First let's talk about the scientific facts from the CDC (Center for Disease Control). They state in reference to child obesity "Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years"
Coincidence? I think not. Exactly 29 years ago Nesquik introduced their ready to go drinks, which meant; they had already mixed their "syrup" and "milk" in a bottle, and you could drink it straight off of the shelf. Children had previously been water drinkers; and thus less fat. It seems safe to assume that taking kids off of water and putting them onto a daily dose of Nesquik has quikly caused a problem. (30 years is quik when you think of the entire history of the human species)
More statistics Freeze? Sure why the hell not: By 2010, One in every 3 children or adolescents were overweight or obese (again straight from the CDC website.. Link to the page will be at the bottom for reference) One of their studies found that "In a population-based sample of 5-17 year olds, 70% of obese youth had at least one risk factor for cardiovascular disease" and that "Children and adolescents who are obese are at greater risk for bone and joint problems, sleep apnea, and social and psychological problems such as stigmatization and poor self-esteem".

What that says to me is simple: Nesquik is killing our children and causing them to be depressed and have bone problems. Isn't milk supposed to be all about the Calcium, and the strengthening of bones?
So who do we blame for such flavors as Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla, and even DOUBLE Chocolate. And why, in 1998, did they even have to introduce a Fat Free Option? It obviously didn't help. Now you can find Nesquik Milkshakes in a variety of child-appealing flavors; as well as their "Magic Straws" that were released in 2008.
Europe has been on a health kick the past 10 years; and in 2009 shut down the production of this death-inducing substance. We don't have to get into the other Nesquik items of candy bars, fondue fountains, cereal, and other fun, child friendly stuff.
Who's to blame?
This evil motherfucker, that's who.
Would you really trust that this skiing, large overweight bunny to give your kids any chocolate bars? Hey you, get in the van; that's what I see here.
It's the simple facts here: Nesquik is targeted at children with it's many flavors that parents find disgusting like Chocolate and Strawberry; they would never be caught intaking anything with those profiles; so why do the kids love it?
Well silly rabbit, it's the marketing.
What I don't understand, is where is the outrage? Where are the angry parents who's children get these at school rather then wholesome 2% milk or even better, water. Is it not safe to assume, that if we hung this rabbit upside down, beat the shit out of him, and skinned him; that our children would be less fat and therefore, less likely to die from Syrup-Induced Diseases?(SIDs)
Where are more images of this; where it is apparent that Nestle is really Godzilla holding a children's bottle; obviously they are marketing to babies too. Who needs breast milk when you can fatten right on up from the ripe age of birth?
It's the flavors. It's the cartoon, it's all this marketing to our children and we just sit back and let it happen.
I don't know about the rest of you adults; but I only enjoy water or flavorless food; and could never understand the childhood mindset of "flavors". But, since it's only children that love flavors, I guess there isn't much we can do to battle this fudge covered bunny, is there?
  If this all sounds crazy to you; you would be what used to be known as "Accountable." The Nestle Quik bunny isn't killing your children (although your inability to monitor their behavior might), Just as there aren't any e liquid companies concocting plans to stuff nicotine into the mouths of your children. The insinuation that only kids enjoy flavored foods is plain insanity. Let the flavorless food eater among you cast the first stone.
But if you're going to make a case that industries should be shut down for targeting and hurting children...you may want to start with the companies that actually have.
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-Freeze