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Old 03-19-2013, 11:49 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I am writing an article about obesity and weight loss, and would like to hear what factors you feel can contribute to obesity.

I am using "can contribute", and not implying these factors are absolutes.

So I have started with:

--Stagnancy - Lack of movement
--Binge Eating - Consumption of food beyond a reasonable amount
--Food Quality - Consuming a high percentage of food that is nutritionally weak

The food quality point is a big one. The supermarkets are full of crap. Even the supposedly healthy stuff the inject and spray with chemicals, like the fruit and vegetables to keep them from going off.

As I said before, Just trying to find some peanut butter that hadn't got a ton of sugar in it was very difficult.
Found an organic tub and it was 2 more!
Messed up.
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