Monthly Archives: June 2012

This is how it’s done

I’ve been impressed with Slate’s willingness to publish pieces that push back against the obesity epipanic [the panic and hyperbole surrounding the increased percentage of people with a BMI greater than 25 or greater than 30]–notably Daniel Engber and LV … Continue reading

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N=1 study on exercise and appetite; or, It Happened to Me: I did a Lifestyle Change, Lost Weight, and Regained Most of It

(Titles shamelessly inspired/stolen from DebraSY and XOJane.) I’m going to get more autobiographical than I usually do here. Also, those of you who need to avoid talk of weight changes, etc. probably know who you are based on the title.

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Soda Ban Roundup

Living 400lbs writes about why the soda ban really targets poor people, not fat people, and also about why the soda ban doesn’t personally affect her.

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