Comments on “Obesity is killing America: Heart disease deaths related to weight have tripled since 1999”

  1. Victor says:
    09/08/2023 at 8:21 AM

    Let’s see year by year and see if there is a spike after the vax was forced on people.

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  2. JAMAL says:
    09/08/2023 at 8:38 AM

    low IQ and low impulse control are the main factors for the high death rate among black women not access to healthcare

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  3. William says:
    09/08/2023 at 8:55 AM

    “Unlike other urban residents, Black people seem to not benefit from the increased access to health care and are more likely to face health inequalities”
    Meaning that there is something in the black american culture that is responsible and whatever that is particularly effects black women.

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  4. Bob Smith says:
    09/08/2023 at 9:01 AM

    Is this what they will blame all the covid shot deaths on now? (or are they going to blame the increase in deaths on the “new covid variant”?) T.H.I.N.K.!

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    1. Reed Thompson says:
      09/08/2023 at 10:57 AM

      Bingo…

      The best part about being a conspiracy theorist is that you don’t have Myocarditis…

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      1. Sam says:
        09/08/2023 at 3:02 PM

        I call B.S. It’s not non-access to healthcare. It’s what they put into their mouths. Period. People don’t buy junk food because they can’t afford healthier alternatives. They buy it because that’s their choice. Increase sugar intake and you increase insulin and all of the metabolic complications that follow. Bad health and obesity is the result.

    2. Mark Jackson says:
      09/08/2023 at 2:11 PM

      Since only about 61% of the country’s population is considered obese, they can’t blame every death on this, only slightly more than half. They’ll need another scapegoat for the other 39%

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  5. Obi Won Corpulent says:
    09/08/2023 at 10:28 AM

    But but but they keep telling and showing us that obese women are perfect 10s

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  6. Reboo says:
    09/08/2023 at 10:37 AM

    I agree that humans are becoming more obese. But I find it odd that with heart related medications (cholesterol drugs and HBP meds) being among the most prescribed meds, salt intake reduced, trans fats gone, etc., that heart related issues are still a number one problem. It’s almost like docs and pharma have been fooling us all along.

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    1. Sam says:
      09/08/2023 at 3:12 PM

      They are taught lies so they perpetuate them. The food pyramid is upside down, for one. My blood pressure and sugar was very high so my Dr. said to cut out salt and eat less sugar but take blood pressure pills for the rest of my life. I cut out 90% of my sugar intake and my BP and sugar levels became normal. My Dr. never thought that sugar could be the culprit. High sugar intake and low fat diets result in inflammation,insulin resistance, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, plaques in arteries, and fatty liver. Obese people have all of these or will soon acquire it. High cholesterol is irrelevant to a body that has no inflammation and is healthy otherwise. So we can’t blame lack of health care like this article says otherwise you feed into the same lie.

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    2. Richard Leblanc says:
      09/09/2023 at 7:56 AM

      It’s the way we plan our cities. You get out of bed to sit at the breakfast table, then the toilette, then the car seat, then the office chair, then back to the car seat, then back to the car seat, then back to the dinner table, then on the couch, then back to bed. We might get a short walk after supper but the point is the suburbia to the city cycle and back is killing us.

      When we’re young we really don’t think about it until 35 when most start hitting the gym. Between school, travel and then office we become trapped in a sitting position most of the day other then short walks to the rest room.

      Port cities were necessary before the internal combustion or even steam power as everything was moved by horse and cart. The cities kept growing until they became giant, congested hell holes that only benefitted land owners. When people get sick a companies profit margins are reduced pushing up prices for all. By keeping city cores free of passenger vehicles we can force workers to get some required exercise and save on parking. Employers can give workers a time allotment to compensate. Healthy employees are productive. The minimum should be at least an hour a day. The alternative is to split these mega cities up gradually where different segments of business are located out of metro.

      We have to do it eventually anyways so we should be planning now. Maintaining infrastructure within city core is very expensive to maintain. We end up paying twice the tax just to marvel at a massive, expensive and congested city scape.

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  7. Michael Bol (Seattle) says:
    09/08/2023 at 10:52 AM

    There is a little thing called personal responsibility that people need to take seriously again. I don’t want to have to pay for obesity related operations or be blamed for race related bigs

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  8. JackRusse1l says:
    09/08/2023 at 10:53 AM

    Obesity doesn’t kill anyone. This is tantamount to saying death is killing people. Obesity is a result of what kills these people. Eating and drinking in excess for pleasure rather than to fuel their body and a lack of structured strenuous exercise is what kills people. Exercise is not for appearance and it is not to make up for an uninformed and gluttonous diet. Obesity is the big red flag of irresponsible living.

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  9. Ed Cane says:
    09/08/2023 at 11:28 AM

    Vaxx injuries.

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  10. Eatuntilyoupuke says:
    09/08/2023 at 11:48 AM

    Just 👀 in grocery carts of shoppers, and there you will find the cause.

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  11. aClue says:
    09/08/2023 at 12:29 PM

    Dumbest “study” ever. Just more cover for all the myocarditis/pericarditis side effects as Vaccidents!

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  12. Victor says:
    09/08/2023 at 1:58 PM

    Let’s see the year by year and see if there is a spike after the vax

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  13. Mark Jackson says:
    09/08/2023 at 2:06 PM

    let’s not forget the medical community strongly recommended that those who were overweight should get vaxxed and repeatedly boosted because they were at higher risk of contracting Covid. The Obese have been dying from heart disease forever. Why the sudden uptick now? This is the cost of Compliance.

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  14. TehSp00k says:
    09/08/2023 at 3:08 PM

    This all started with GMO’s and Mosanto Corn, which is in pretty much everything in some form.

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  15. Claire says:
    09/08/2023 at 3:19 PM

    Just look at the people around us. Take personal responsibility. Eat what your body needs. I maintain a clean diet and exercise and 73 with no health problems. Stay away from processed food, move instead of clinging to a sofa/recliner. Stop expecting a doctor to treat an ailment after you mess your body up by being careless. Nothing new here about care of the body.

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