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Old 09-12-2008, 11:40 PM   #15
Kevin Perry
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Originally Posted by Derek Maffett View Post
I thought they said the burgers, pizza, and high starch foods were to blame for his obesity, and now he's eating fruits, vegetables, and "whole grains." (Of course, that could just be a way of saying that he's downing lots of so-called "healthy" bread).

Regardless, something is definitely wrong if someone refines their diet and becomes more obese.

I never read the article but my Anatomy teacher pointed out a new "study" trying to pin blame of obesity on distorted genes that occur when people are in the infancy.

Regardless, every time people stem away from the actual cause of problems that deal with hypokinetic diseases, especially obesity, etc. No responsibility or personal initiative to directly deal with the cause. sad.
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