Purpose of Post
Here I introduce a powerful new explanation of the obesity ‘epidemic’. I reveal some surprising but brutal truths about the condition. For example, obesity is unavoidable for the majority of people in contemporary living conditions. Without radical change, the ‘epidemic’ will get much, much worse.
Obesity an ‘Epidemic’?
Notice I put the word ‘epidemic’ in single quote marks. This is because the word can only really be applied to infectious diseases. Obesity is not a disease. It’s not infectious. Obesity is a bodily condition of being overweight. It is defined loosely as having a body mass index (BMI) above 30. This places people at increased risk for a variety of chronic conditions. Unpleasant things like diabetes Type 2, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and obstructive sleep apnea. [As a scientific measure the BMI is a bit of a joke, by the way, but we’ll leave that for another post.]
Two billion people alive today are overweight or living with obesity. There is no sign that the obesity epidemic is slowing down or that medical science has an understanding of the problem. A universal feature of living beings called ‘homeostasis’ is linked to obesity. Its disruption, dyshomeostasis, is a contributory cause of overweight and obesity.
Obesity is an unavoidable human response to contemporary conditions of living. ‘Blaming and shaming’ individual sufferers is oppressive and is a part of the problem, not part of the solution. Blame and shame makes matters far, far worse. Only by reversing this form of prejudice, and the chronically stressful living conditions of hundreds of millions of people, is there any hope that we can stop the ‘epidemic’.
This book is not for the faint-hearted. It cuts through the ‘shock-horror’ narrative of obesity with brutal truths about the serious and intransigent nature of obesity. Once the causes are fully understood, the obesity epidemic can be stopped. And about time too! This book is a step towards that goal.
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The book is available as a kindle edition , as a free e-book here , or at iBooks ,or it can be read freely here, or here. So there’s really no excuse for not getting hold of a copy!
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