Skip to comments.Healthy skepticism about policy and healthy eating
Posted on 10/19/2011 4:36:23 AM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's decision to stay out of the Republican presidential race means that the American people will be spared months of discussion about his ample waistline and the bad example it sets. Nonetheless, with first lady Michelle Obama urging everyone to get moving, obesity remains a political hot potato, or maybe a tater tot. Below, a helping of skepticism about the causes of Americans' poor eating habits - and the efficacy of political fixes.
5 myths of healthy eating...
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I lost 42 pounds for health reasons and have to monitor my weight daily and eat right. I am fully motivated, but it’s still a pain in the butt. I’ve kept it off for over two years. It’s not as easy as the first nag thinks.
Good for you, Luke21! Losing weight is not easy at all. I’m proud of you!!
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