Is there a doctor in the house?

Have you seen this nonsense? Can you believe what they’re putting out there with a straight face? This is pure science denial.

Obesity isn’t one of those things where you can say, “just go exercise” it’s not specific enough.

There are so many issues associated with obesity which can’t be simplified. You have to give specific exercise protocols and regimens to obese people looking to lose body fat.

But for Tess Holiday and her camp to put such misleading information out, and profit from it, is a danger to everyone. What’s worse, she has thousands of followers.

With so many easily influenced young people out there struggling with this disease, it should be a crime to mislead them. And they are.

This Project Body Love outfit is playing to their base and pumping out dangerous, science denying information and cashing in, telling people that they can be fit at 300 pounds. They can, if they’re 6′ 8″.

Is there a doctor in the house?

Large amounts of body fat leads to:

Type II Diabetes

Low grade inflammation

Unhealthy cells

Decreased ability to do daily activities.

All causes of death (Mortality)

High blood pressure

High LDL cholesterol, low HDL and high triglycerides.


Coronary heart disease

Gallbladder disease

Sleep Apnea (Never met an overweight man who didn’t have it)

Low quality of life


And of course, morbid endings.

I remember the Boston comedian John Pinette whose whole act was based solely on his obesity. John’s not with us anymore. He left the stage early.

But he wasn’t trying to spin it.

I would just like to say shame on you people for passing this nonsense off as truth, while trying to keep your faces straight. Shame!

Again, is there a doctor in the house?




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