Who-Cares-About-Weight-Loss Theory Emerges

Filed under: Health — @ April 12, 2006

There’s a relatively new theory floating around out there lately that if you are overweight or obese that you shouldn’t bother trying to lose weight that is gaining some traction among the thought processes of people who need to lose weight.

I think the issue of weight loss boils down to a question everyone must ask of themselves.

bq. Why do you want to lose weight? Are you doing it for yourself out of a real concern for your health and the way you look or are you simply succumbing to societal pressure that you must lose weight to be a person of value and significance?

This 3-pronged Who-Cares-About-Weight-Loss theory is based on the following assumptions:

1. For The Vast Majority Of Fat People, Weight Loss Dieting Doesn’t Work

2. Losing Weight Makes It More Likely You’ll Die Sooner

3. The Idea Of “Normalizing” Eating Habits Is A Myth

What do you think about this? Click here to read more about what the anti-dieting theory is all about and to share your thoughts on whether remaining fat is better than going on the low-carb lifestyle.

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