posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 02:45 PM
Originally posted by Leuan
What bothers me is when large people complain about not losing weight, yet have done zero research into the complexities of the metabolic and
They eat vegetables, but they're completely drained of nutrients.
They eat "slim" processed meats.
They drink diet soda..
I'm not talking about the people who have genuine medical complications and or hereditary complications)
I understand, it's the ingredients that are toxic to a human body, socially engineered into obese people's mouths.
There are diet-brainwashed zombies. The ones that speak food in calories and carbs to get past obstacles. A challenge: go to any piece of food you
might eat, and cut out a piece that looks like one carb. Or one protein. Or one calorie. It doesn't practically exist to manage. The labels say a
bunch, but wait until you get to the conspiracy theories about labels. Look at your food and call it real food terms please, not mythological names.
Think about where your food-paranoia came from. I have an example: about the attitude about bread because it all started with one teenage girl
frowning at a muffin and saying "do you know how many carbs there are in there?" Carb paranoia, led by people with eating disordered minds. Ohmygosh
the carbs in the muffin are going to infect my butt! Stop it.
What bothers me is when slim people gripe about large people not losing weight. It's a pet peeve because many of the skinny people I've seen keep
their weight low are in their college years and they achieve their bodies through illegal drugs which suppress their appetite and give inhuman amounts
of energy, and binge drinking, which brings vomiting after imbibing, or by starving themselves to around 300 calories a day, or by being a member of a
sports team where they burn off everything they eat. In other words: the skinny people complaining are disordered minds. Even the nutritionists,
people who got into their profession because they had eating disorders and were paranoid about what food they ate. And most of the food-conscious
complainers online are in a similar mess. They talk the talk but they don't walk the walk about diet-and-exercise, or they have never been in a
condition of being obese, so they just don't have what it takes to be believed as an authority when they make posts about food and eating.
Maybe you could try looking into the argument presented by a Wheat Belly blog, as to why people are fat. It's about the ingredients in the food
affecting the hormones in your body. Who's up for a GMO poison conspiracy theory?
edit on 16-2-2013 by Sandalphon because: (no reason