Big June from B’klyn here saying hello to all the dietary disproportionate that dare drop an eye to this deliciously disgusting video on the veracity by which our dinner is trying to digest us. As someone who is somewhat supersized and trying to scale back himself, I can see how this video may serve as stop light to us engulfing the endless traffic of foods fiendishly refined to appear healthy by US standards. The Truth is CDC records indicate that no state met the Healthy People 2010 obesity target of 15%, and the self-reported overall prevalence of obesity among U.S. adults had increased 1.1 percentage points from 2007. So Although every week we see a new slew of stay slim foods, and every month we get discounts on gym’s and Jenny Craig, Very few of Us have reached Jennifer Hudson Status. More like a Cross between Carnie Wilson and Kirstie Alley.
Despite new data that suggest the rate of increase for obesity may be slowing, Prevalence of adults in the U.S. who are obese is still high, but what is Obesity really? it seems like now-a-days anybody who cannot see through their rib cage, and watch the digestion process as it’s happening like a boa constrictor eating a mouse, is considered obese. well according to the CDC Definitions for Adults, overweight and obesity ranges are determined by using weight and height to calculate a number called the “body mass index” (BMI). BMI is used because, for most people, it correlates with their amount of body fat. An adult who has a BMI between 25 and 29.9 is considered overweight. An adult who has a BMI of 30 or higher is considered obese. In short terms if a quarter of your body is fat then you are considered fat, 30% or more and you are obese. So the next time you decide to Kill a burger and fries, consider the fact that your burger, and the fries, just might be slowly killing you.
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