posted on Nov, 5 2013 @ 08:55 PM
Physically I wouldn't be surprised at all if self-cannibalization (actually a kind of starvation) is becoming noticeable.
I watched 2 doccie series on YouTube recently respectively titled: "The men who made us fat", and "The men who made us thin".
While obesity has been the shocker until now, it was the second series on "thinness" that actually gripped me as the most shocking.
An astounding level of "wanting to be thin at all costs" has crept into various sections of society.
In fact, a significant percentage of people probably already have a form of obsession with slimness and weight (which is not bound by age or gender),
and a daily (eventually hourly) struggle with the scale or mirror.
Perhaps the results are starting to be seen, and they're probably not healthy either.
Ironically, such thin phases can heighten obesity, because when the body returns to its normal weight after a period of starvation it increases that
weight every time.
People can literally diet themselves from overweight to obese.
The food and weight paranoia is well established, and I think we're in for a shock on what the pervasive propaganda will do to people's minds and
edit on 5-11-2013 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)