'Fed Up' documentary challenges students to fight obesity

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  • Jamescmeyer Midwest City, USA, OK
    Jan. 22, 2014 6:57 a.m.

    It sounds like talks about sugar as though it's nicotine, and points the finger at the abstract social machinery of laws and businesses to shift the blame.

    I have the biggest sweet tooth I know and a sluggish matabolism, but I still keep in athletic shape. I didn't used to; when I was young I was rather large, a husky, or whatever other euphamism there is.

    I eventually realized that glossing over it wasn't going to fix the problem; Just like being spiritually healthy requires a certain lifestyle and learning requires a certain lifestyle, I realized that if I wanted stamina, strength, and good looks, I had to live differently, which involved changes on my own part; nothing I could do to change or blame my environment would've actually gotten anywhere.

  • SSmith Salt Lake City, UT
    Jan. 22, 2014 5:37 a.m.

    I'm pretty sure that people lighting up and inhaling is what causes cancer and not the cigarette by itself.

    So it is that people selecting and eating a lot of unhealthy food causes obesity.