That’s a lot of fat people.
People are now trying to find reasons ‘outside the box’ to explain the massive increase of obesity.
Sugar is always the go-to excuse for obesity.
Hm. That’s not too surprising. Except the “eating out,”not just ‘fast food’ portion. Who knew eating out,even if it’s not fast food, could make you fat?
Wow. What? Apparently, telling people what’s low in fat actually makes them more fat.
So people that eat the same thing every day are not fat? I thought variety was the key?
What do all of these affect?
That stick figure does not look healthy.
Mr. Stickman went from bed to food to waste-of-time to food to bed.
Added sugars and an increase in food variety lead to an increment in decisions by people, which in turn increase their risk (and fat). Added sugars made regular foods “better” just like the increase of different foods throws off a person’s metabolism (since your body is not used to it). Eating out takes away the accountability of what goes into the food a person is consuming. As well as low-fat guidelines make people think what they are eating is good for them simply because it’s low in fat, not accounting for other additives in food.
This is Mr. Stickman’s brother, Mr. Effective.
Mr. Effective knows that in order to live a healthy lifestyle, one must have a routine which aligns with his/her way of life. That is, a set structure decreases the number of decisions a person has to make, which then also decreases the risk associated with living their lifestyle.