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Can You Be Fat And Healthy

No way!!!!! :ph34r:

silly/stupid question that "brilliant" people need to discuss/have a survey to come to the only obvious conclusion!!! :angry:

Isn't obesity finally recognized as a "disease"??? :angry:

fit, trim, healthy and extremely happy grammy :) :)

Kathy

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The amount of money governments waste on silly research would boggle the mind.

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I guess I considered myself pretty 'healthy' at almost 400lbs. I've never been on any medication, exercised 3-4 times a week and managed to everything I needed to. But maybe on the inside (the things I couldn't see) weren't good. I had no pre op diet and my op was successful so either my liver wasn't hectically fatty or I just had a pretty good surgeon! It gets you thinking. I ate healthy food (except for my crisp and yoghurt addiction), just copious amounts thereof!! Where I was unhealthy was my head - using food to control my feelings!! I look at this photo of myself and think 'who the hell was I kidding-that's NOT healthy girl!! So fat and healthy, in my opinion, I don't think so!!!

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i think one can be super morbid obese and not hardly move..

that was me 17 months again..i am now considered (obese or morbid obese) but i am fitter (i do step aerobics)..so i think one can be fat and fit...i am...

and getting fitter and less fatter every day

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Great comments all... THANKS!

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