What an over-simplification. I agree that it's a symptom of something else - really many somethings in varying combinations. Society pushing unnecessary calories and sedentary-encouraging time wasters does not help. I love a lot of our modern conveniences, but there is something to be said for "the good old days" when people ate in more healthy ways and got a lot more exercise just as part of normal daily living.
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There is a lot involved and obesity is a symptom of a lot of other problems often.
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Duh? ...............well after all they are just practicing...maybe they are starting to get it right
Edited by: DONNALEE24 at: 6/19/2013 (11:57)
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I disagree in a way. Yes, it can become a disease in some cases. But I honestly believe it's more of us never feeling we have enough. Super size this, super size that. I think with less fast food, there'd be a lot less obesity in the USA.
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