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The Dolly Parton effect or "Bagel Boobs" for boys

Saturday, August 11, 2012

This blog post speaks for itself:

The only thing as potent in this respect in it's effect on men is probably soy.
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    Yikes! What a read! What a shame . . . yet wheat is a plant-based food and I can't help but think that we'll simply lifted one food a little too high in our greater scheme of things. No one food should have that much power.
    1536 days ago
  • ADZY86
    Wow very interesting. Just like the stomach, our boob areas (on men and women) is apparently where a lot of our fat cells are stored, so does make a lot of sense. I'll have to warn my brothers...maybe this is the one thing that will make them realise that I'm not crazy when I say to cut down on the wheat! lol
    1538 days ago
    Good information....Too Much Information, but still good info...
    1538 days ago
    If it expands the belly, why not the boobs too? They're both storage areas.
    1538 days ago
  • -LINDA_S
    I think it's more complicated than just gluten and agree about the soy. I'll bet there are other factors, too.
    1538 days ago
    It isn't the pizza or any other one food item: it's the quantity. One 3" piece of plain pizza is fine. If I ate one piece and someone else ate the rest of the box, I'd stay thin and the other person would get fat. Same food, different quantity.
    1538 days ago
    Interesting. Thanks for posting!
    1538 days ago
    I recently saw another article re this, but watching the Tv clip made it so much more interesting. Thanks for the "Share." think I'll give the show a try, too. emoticon
    1538 days ago
  • DIANE7786
    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing!
    1538 days ago
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