I recently read an article titled, Sugar coating the truth about soft drink taxes, the article was written well. While reading the first few lines I thought that the writer was against soda taxes I soon found out he was for actions that help people make educated choices about their food. He speaks about soda taxes…
The good: Can save 56-63 calories per meal by ‘sponging up’ oil. (Letting a maximum of 7ml of oil settle into the holes- if the holes are filled with spices it’ll pull off less) The bad: A plate probably isn’t going to change obesity in Thailand and it’s probably going to add to the pending…
A recent study in Beijing announced that air pollution was related to increasing obesity rates in rats. Although this is alarming, the real question is, “Does this mean humans are gaining weight from air pollution?”.
This study doesn’t answer that question and for now the answer remains what it has been. Obesity is a multifactorial and complex disease, we know that living in today’s obesogenic environment paired with genetics, lifestyle and dietary habits are all possible contributing factors for obesity in humans.
No one’s weight defines who they are as a person.
I’ve seen another person attacked on social media solely due to their weight in Alberta. Some people are trying to discredit the knowledge and ability of overweight individuals due to the fact that they are visibly overweight.
WHAT THE FUDGE ???
Health is a multifactorial state that truly cannot be easily defined. Quite often a person’s appearance does not define whether they are healthy or not.