The Skinny on Obesity

Discussion in 'Online' started by fit4life, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. fit4life

    fit4life Rookie

    May 22, 2012
    Hey skinnies :)

    I was searching YouTube health, food videos as i like to do sometimes to educate myself more about nutrients, and to get put off food :sneaky:
    ...i also like how it always brings me to seeing things from another point of view ...
    And i want to share this Episode series called The Skinny on Obesity with all of you:

    here is the link to the playlist

    My faves:

    ep. 2 sickeningly sweet-about sugar and its fructose was really interesting
    ep. 3 about Leptin the hormone which is suppose to make us feel full and why it doesn't properly
    ep. 4 sugar=drug --dopamine effects in our brain
    ep. 5 generation XL -how women influence the future of all human kind I WANT EVERY PROUD FATTY TO WATCH THIS AND THEN FEEL GOOD ABOUT HERSELF!!!:mad: so please post this to every bitch harassing you
    and see if she has the heart to give birth to a obese child. :smash:
  2. Wayfare

    Wayfare Rookie

    Mar 12, 2013
    Those are really informative and do a great job of explaining the dangers of obesity and over eating.
    I don't see a fatty having the attention span of sitting through that though... Would probably hit pause to go get ice cream.
  3. tinywaisted

    tinywaisted Rookie

    May 12, 2013
    They're great! They explain how leptin, insulin, fructose &c. work really well.

    I still don't really agree with that "obesity choses you", there are definitely lifestyle choices you can make to prevent it but otherwise - great programs!
  4. fit4life

    fit4life Rookie

    May 22, 2012
    glad you enjoyed :)

    @Wayfare hahah that's what crossed my mind too's hard to get their attention for something as important as that

    @tinywasted exactly i too think they are not harsh enough ...but maybe in order to convince the fat, selfpity comunity somehow, they have to say something like that first to get their attention :rolleyes:
    #4 fit4life, Aug 30, 2013
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