Sunday, June 10, 2012

Gluttony and Obesity Is Good For You

Obesity and Gluttony IS Good for Your Health.

While it is true that hyper gluttony and super obesity is not for everyone,

(I wish those crazy "womyn like that dog faced gremlin Kate Harding" in the old wrong fat acceptance movement could figure that one out.) but for the majority of fatlings it is actually good for their health. Anti-obesity crusaders like the uber hot MeMe Roth may point to things like obesity and sleep apnea and complain that these conditions are unhealthy. Left untreated they are unhealthy but when treated they are actually good for you.

Let's take diabesity aka type 2 diabetes for example. Even thinlings have fluctuations in their blood glucose levels but if those fatlings who are fortunate enough to have diabesity check their blood sugar levels and check them often as fellow fatling


Wilford Brimley cautions that we can actually have more stable blood sugar than healthy thinlings. Instead of relying on a temperamental pancreas all the resourceful fatling does is check and inject insulin. Using your free meter and lancets the diabetic can adjust his blood sugar to accommodate his preferred level of gluttony. Let's see a lowly pancreas do that! Hyper gluttons like Doctor Gerald "Teddy" Bear can tweak their insulin levels to make any feeding frenzy a most enjoyable experience. I addition to stress free gormandizing, eating more gives the body more essential nutrients.

Obesity related heart disease is another myth perpetrated by the anti obesity mob. As fatlings our hearts work much harder than the average thinling because our hearts need to pump oxygen rich blood to all of our extra tissues.

Gluttons are less likely to suffer from depression says British study. Fat people really are jolly! Look at Santa Claus that jolly old elf!

Gluttony is Good for You by Zoe Williams

Cliches only turn into cliches because they're true. Otherwise, they just become a weird thing that someone in a bank once said to you. So I'm assuming that this will cheer you up, because I'm assuming that, at precisely this time of year, you're probably quite fat. Or maybe just fat for you. No, no, don't go and change - you'll be fine going out looking like that ...

Scientists in Bristol have discovered that fat people are more cheerful than their thin peers. I thought this was just a revivification of the ancient (well ... maybe 25-year-old) wisdom that says you shouldn't go on a totally fat-free diet because your brain needs its fat surround to keep from crashing against your skull. That makes you depressed, apparently. But you don't have to be obese to maintain this fatty covering; you just have to not be anorexic. Read the rest of the story here

While the elite athlete and object of my fat boy lust like MeMe Roth may spend 30 minutes working her heart on a treadmill the heart of a fatling works that hard or harder 24/7.  Every moment is a work out for us.

Many of us have C-PAP machines. For those of you who don't know, A C-PAP machine helps us fatlings breath when we are sleeping so that we don't die in our sleep from sleep apnea which most of us have and we get a more restful sleep because our lungs don't have to works so hard.

The fat haters like to bring up mobility issues. Thinlings and fat haters have the mobility issues. I, Fat Bastard would like to challenge MeMe Roth to a race. She can run and beat the hell out of her joints while I will cruise is my Jazzy Power chair. I will leave MeMe in the dust but I, Fat Bastard would be happy to let her ride sitting on my lap (your chariot awaits my lady) and maybe then she will have a better appreciation of how much better it is to be fat and gluttons than lean and spartan-like.

Eat my dust MeMe while I ride in comfort and eat Cheetos and dip.!










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