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Old 06-13-2017, 03:12 AM   #3
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That survey tells us nothing new.
It's all over all papers internationally, but it is nothing but a medically framed case of fat-bashing.

90% of the people in this international "survey" are not 'fat' in the Dims sense, but the over-villified chubbies of a BMI 25-30.

And if you look at the crazy mathematical and statistical tricks they have to pull with a set of totally unsystematic studies and surveys - none of them controlled for statistical significance - to come up with some marginal evidence regarding health effects in that weight range - it's the best example of bias I've seen in a long time.

If this study wasn't about fat, the leprosy of modern times, instead of blindly reporting it, it would have been statistically torn apart.
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