Appologies and my confession
08/19/2011 02:47 PMPosted by Draenedinhttp://docnews.diabetesjournals.org/content/1/2/10.1.full
First of all, many of the medical conditions, including mortality,associated with obesity are actually a result of sedentary lifestyle and poor food choices...
Everyone knows that the fatter you are, the meaner you get. amirite?
Faces of WoW 2.0 "Sh!ts gettin' real" edition [in HD]
08/31/2011 04:02 AMPosted by VirconeaIt is a disease ok? I've been infected by and is the reason why I am this way and it won't go away, like a lot of Australians. I blame pollution and the chemicals put in everyday food and the government for my problem and that is why I get so aggressive and lash out on people on this pretty blood elf. I always wanted to know what it was like to be pretty and it felt great. But now I finally admit defeat to this plague that infects me and a large portion of the Australian community. SOMETHING must be done for the good of our health.
Whether we're being trolled or not, this is the first time in years I've seen something interesting on the realm forums, so I'll continue.
Read the book - the skyrocketing rates of obesity and diabetes in the Western world are due to the ridiculous amounts of sugar, specifically, fructose, that are in all processed food. 100 years ago fat people were very rare. Now everyone's fat - it's not a disease.
Fructose is addictive (as in actually addictive, it messes with your brain chemistry and makes you high), it screws up your metabolic system, and unlike everything else we eat, your body does not register it as food when you eat it, so you can ingest ridiculous amounts of it without feeling hungry at all. The only safe way to consume fructose is in the form fresh fruit, because the fibre in it offsets the negative effects.
Fructose is in everything - you don't have to be a chocoholic to be eating stacks of it each day. Fruit juice, museli bars, dried fruit, "healthy" breakfast cereals... they all have ridiculous amounts sugar in them (partly to make up for the loss of flavour due to ditching the fat).
Read the book, do what it says - you will be able to eat whatever you like, you won't feel hungry, and without doing any exercise you'll still lose a kilo a week. The only catch of course, is that you can't eat sugar while you're kicking the habit you won't want to eat anything sweet anyhow.
Oh and any food with the word "diet" in it? Run screaming in the opposite direction, it's almost invariably going to be full of sugar.
Anyway, what Pizza should I order?
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