20th September 2012 - 06:49 PM
QUOTE (Guest+Sep 20 2012, 12:57 AM)
Why do you respond to bots? This foolish stuff is meant to boost their post count so they can pm members with credit scams or "free-energy" schemes.
On managed forums, this crap doesn't happen. Bots can't just quote from Ask.com or Wikipedia and have their trash authorized. The poor bots have to come here.
are they real people or computer generated ? Type to a script ? What are they ? Employees ? Mules ?
People with agendas ?
Lots of people got it in there head that they don't need meat in there diet . Only with due diligence is it true so I feel a strong need to inform. Most people don't have the will or control to eat a healthy meatless diet . Hell they struggle with meat diets .
I am not one to regulate food either so well That is why . I can see it is advertising if that is what you mean .
I also know the promise of a salesman never lives up to there grandeur they paint about the produces they sell . It leads to public distrust of business altogether . That is one of the reasons the world is tumbling down more and more into despair.
It is getting ugly if you have not noticed .
Maybe you are one who is insulated from private austerity measures. It seems to be ramped in all sectors to me . Even Public entities . Private and Public .
I know a little bout nutrition. Eat your beans and rice and be a good guest . Not to much rice cause of the rat poison . I heard that today . Limit rice intake to once a day . Use more water then you normally do . Brand new study on rice released this morning on the wire
3rd October 2012 - 10:42 AM
Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems.People are considered as obese when their body mass index (BMI), a measurement obtained by dividing a person's weight in kilograms by the square of the person's height in metres, exceeds 30 kg/m2.
19th October 2012 - 03:12 PM
I can remember the transition from the 1970-80's fad of being trim and healthy through diet and exercise like jogging and walking. What helped change that were studies that gave people excuses not to work so hard. The studies indicated there was no ideal weight for all, rather some people were naturally heavier. This was the excuse that was needed to change the tide, since it did not say what the correct weight was only it did not have to be trim.
Another aspect for the change of tide was connected to the new social fad called sensitivity training. When everyone needed to be trim and fit, to be sexy, there was peer pressure from all angles. Some people were naturally heavier and had a much harder time losing the weight, even with a good effort. To help protect their feelings, one had to be more sensitive.
Men tend to drive each other often with sarcasm, but the female way was to be more sensitive of feelings. Culture was changing from masculine to feminine, such that heavier was now a protected group. This was another excuse to stop trying, since nobody could now tell you that you were getting fat, without hurting feelings; Pavlov's. However, since sensitivity training is often based on a dual standard, it was now OK to say super model thin was sick and ugly.
To return to better health and slimmer figures, we need to reverse the damage due to social engineering that protects unhealthy behavior out of a misguided sense of compassion for feelings.
One rational approach can begin in schools. Currently the approach is to treat everyone like they are fat; one diet fits all. This thinking is based on the dual standard and one protected group, and does not take into consideration that there are also thin and athletic children, who are doing just fine with their own current diet and activity. They don't need or require a fat person diet unless the goal is to brain wash more fat people. The dual standard has no sensitivity to the thin since they are not a protected group.
A more rational way would be two chow lines, one for fat and one for skinny, with skinny having some junk food options. Since there are as many fat as skinny kids nobody is being isolated. The goal is to create an eating cause and effect based on whether one is fat or skinny. This way we are not using the dual standard that favors protected groups.
23rd October 2012 - 09:50 AM
Obesity is common . you can control it with a proper diet and an exercising program
24th October 2012 - 10:33 AM
Like I was saying, although there are a lot of heavy people, there are also those who are thin and/or fit. One size school lunch does not fit all. That design treats skinny and/or fit, like it is fat, which is irrational. When you have the blind leading the blind one will expect new problems down the line.
You need to set a cause and effect that says, if you are overweight it is time to reduce calories. If and when you reach a healthy goal with this strategy, the rules loosen up and you will be able to have some fun food. But if you eat too much fun food and gain too much weight, it is back to the low calorie food until such times the scale is reversed.
You set up two chow lines one for fat and one for thin. At the beginning of the program we have the weigh in to determine the chow line. Girls are shy this way so it can be done in the nurses office. As the semester progresses and student weight start to change, the students get to change line. You can add new treats to the skinny line to help create incentives.
29th October 2012 - 04:15 AM
QUOTE (Capracus+Oct 28 2012, 08:08 PM)
Parents do it to a child before a child has a chance.
They shovel the sweets and fats along with excess carbs.
Child grows up fighting it all the rest of their days.
31st October 2012 - 01:22 AM
24th November 2012 - 07:37 AM
obesity is very common but this is also a very common reason for maximum serious diseases like BP,heart problem and many more so start taking it serious...
19th February 2013 - 03:59 AM
QUOTE (OMICSGroup+Jun 13 2012, 10:54 AM)
Obesity is common now-a-days..By controlling the diet,and doing Exercises we can reduced the fat content in body.
We can say obesity is a common problem to our society, usually children are the one who are victim of this especially if they are not monitored by their parents. Being obese can make us prone to certain health issue especially heart problems. We can easily acquire diabetes also.
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