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Thursday, March 23, 2017

The Truth is: FAT PEOPLE REALLY ARE GLUTTONS!

You know it, I know it and everybody else knows it. Now it is time to admit it so admit it fatty! You came to this site because you are scared shitless of the fact that you are eating yourself to death but you are not scared enough to grow up and assume some personal and social responsibility when it comes to stuffing your pie hole.

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You don't need another sandwich lardass!

You are also here because you are looking for someone or something else to do what you can but won't do and that is ceasing your hedonistic and gluttonous ways. You gluttons don't eat to live, you live to eat so admit. Your food centrism and your disgusting egocentrism aka sinful pride keeps you fat, prideful and gluttonous. You are DISGUSTING!

Here is what you can do and what you WON'T do.

1. Cut out ALL junk food.

2. Keep your caloric intake at or under 2000 per day if you are a woman and 2500 if you are a man. (In most cases.)

If you won't do those simple things then do what the Bible says, in Proverbs 23:2 And put a knife to thy throat, if thou be a man given to appetite. 

Your gluttony is a bane on the world and the people in it. You are a bane on the world and the people in it! 

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Economic Costs of Obesity | Healthy Communities for a Healthy Future


The health consequences, obesity has real economic costs that affect all of us. The estimated annual health care costs of obesity-related illness are a staggering $190.2 billion or nearly 21% of annual medical spending in the United States.




The Cost of Obesity In The Workplace


The costs of obesity in the workplace. ... RESULTS: Among men, estimates range from -$322 for overweight to $6087 for grade III obese men. For women, estimates range from $797 for overweight to $6694 for grade III. In aggregate, the annual costattributable to obesity among full-time employees is $73.1 billion.

The costs of obesity in the workplace. - NCBI

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20881629

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