Q. Glen, Why do we talk about Fat?
A. I just read an article on fat on MSNBC that made me mad. And I hope
it makes you mad too.
The article talked about how "Females like to support one another
and fat talk elicits support...An example would be one (woman)
saying, 'It's like, I'm so fat today,' and another would respond,
'No, you are not fat, you look great in those pants.'"
The article goes on to talk about how women feel pressured to
engage in fat talk to appear normal and "fit in".
Even if you're a guy, doesn't that make you just a bit mad?
Why are we so empathetic towards being fat when for many, it's
within their control?
Well, how about this being the time to turn this "fat" ship around.
And even though we're in prime time Girl Scout cookie season and
Easter Candy is just around the corner, let's shift the talk to fat
burning and see if we can shake things up around here.
So take action, burn the fat today, and start talking about it!
Any personal health questions or problems mental or physical or before starting any diet or exercise program.Please consult your physician !
Wishing You Great Health!
Glen Edward Mitchell
Any questions? Ask Glen