Curing Obesity Through Sterility

The website of the Pacific Northwest Medical Journal contains an article titled, "Curing Obesity through Sterility: California's Controversial Program Under the Microscope". According to this article San Francisco has a publicly funded program to allow obese men to get free vasectomies. The idea is to stop them breeding in order to eliminate the gene for fatness from the population. This cannot be real. I've never heard of such a program and can't imagine it getting funded. But if it's a hoax (which I assume it is), it's a curiously elaborate one. All the other articles on the site appear to be quite serious. Why go to so much trouble for one hoax article? When I did a search to find out who the website was registered to, it listed KLAF Television in Shreveport, Louisiana as the owner. That doesn't really help explain anything.

Body Manipulation

Posted on Wed Mar 30, 2005


you people suck. why are you so fat. does no one give a shit on there appearences any more. im thin and fit and get all the guys. as for you fat ass girls, stop tring to be thin. those skimmpy shirts and jean just make you look fatter. and don't think your all bad asses cause your not. fat girls are made fun of and guys only date fat girls cuz there fuckin easy to fuck!. sorry fat asses. you'll NEVER LOOK GOOD OR SKINNY. so just give up and go be fat over seas.
Posted by fordgirl  in  none ya  on  Sun Apr 10, 2005  at  02:44 PM
I bet she's pro-ana. wink
Posted by Winona  in  USA  on  Sun Apr 10, 2005  at  05:35 PM
Obesity does have some different causes, but in the US most can be related to insulin resistance/abuse. Dr. Ray Strand wrote a book called "Releasing Fat" that really describes the physical process of weight gain.

The basic idea is that high glycemic foods that spike blood sugar, inactivity, and lack of quality nutrition are the root causes of today's health epidemic.

He says that the best possible way to avoid or reverse the problem is eating low glycemic foods (closer to the source is better), 45 minutes of brisk but modest exercise, and quality nutritional supplements.

I hope this helps. smile
Posted by Charlie  on  Tue Apr 26, 2005  at  07:30 AM
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