"Fat-shaming may curb obesity" ???

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mikefarinha

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Posted: 07 Feb 2013, 12:29
paperiniko wrote:

...while we have obviously different caloric needs depending on lbm and lifestyle the way our body works is the same.


To add a layer of complexity to this for consideration there is a saying (I don't recall where it came from):

"All healthy people are the same, all unhealthy people are unhealthy in their own way."

That is to say as long as we're healthy what you say is probably true but we all respond to stressors differently which can cause different parts of our bodies to break down in different ways thus requiring individualized solutions to each person.
-Mike
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Char Gets...

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Posted: 08 Oct 2014, 16:26
what I"d like to know is if all the shaming he got for having a little winky did HIM any good??? Because you KNOW he has to have some SERIOUS problems to even come up with a concept like this! Wink
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