24 thoughts on “Very soon, obesity will be exclusively a symptom of poverty.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >willingly putting whatever flavor of the month chemical is popular in your brain
    >So brainwashed that you engage in class warfare just like the powers that be want

    Please, do what you want, but if you are this much of a tool just stop posting here.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >obesity will be exclusively a symptom of poverty.
    all poor people are obese because theyre lazy and have no self restraint. Eating healthy can be cheap and done easy. Poors are just too stupid

  3. Anonymous says:


    I played college football and got up to 410lbs and lost 140lbs in 6.5months by 700-900 cals a day, fasting, and gym later. No loose skin, some stretch marks. I am 30 btw

  4. Anonymous says:


    >Do crack cocaine instead of semaglutide
    Holy heck you people are stupid lol. People have been using semaglutide for years with no elevated cancer risk before it blew up to popular attention. Studies and meta studies have concluded there is no elevated risk of cancer from semaglutide. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37531876/
    Mice developed thyroid tumors because of an anatomical oddity in mice. It has not been reproducible in humans.
    Meanwhile do I really need to explain the health issues with crack hecking cocaine? Lmao.
    Semaglutide is day 1 of the wealthy countries’ obesity revolution. Tirzepatide is more effective already and Eli Lilly is in stage 3 trials for Retatrutide, a similar agonist that appears to be as effective as bariatric surgery.

    Look, at the end of the day drugs like this are not the alternative to "diet and exercise". They are instead the complement to "instructing the patient to diet and exercise". Doctors have been trying to treat obesity as the outward symptom of easily correctable bad lifestyle choices, and it hasn’t worked. In practice, it is tough for people to commit to losing the weight, it is very hard to lose the weight, and it is insanely hard to keep the weight off.
    The idea these drugs are problematic because they provide an alternative for people instead of doing the hard thing and improving their diet and activity level is a fallacy because that advice has never sustainably worked in the first place. The diet industry is worth billions because its customers are never ‘fixed’. They have fat brains. Whether you want to blame that on anti-famine genetics colliding with modern plentifulness, or the moral degradation of society, neither explanation actually helps the 40%+ of the population who are now obese and thus obese-brained.
    What these drugs do accomplish is lowering weight and therefore all the disease risk levels associated with obesity. They will save billions and billions and billions of dollars long term.

  5. Anonymous says:

    not a permanent solution to being fat as soon as you stop taking the drug you gain the weight back

    go to the gym learn healthy eating habits weight stays off long term you’re not relying on drugs to stay slim seems like an easy choice to me

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ve lost close to 100 pounds in the past few years and I would say the most powerful tool fat people have is fasting. Also I think people heck up by going to the gym. The gym is an dystopian hellhole that smells weird. Exercise at home and live a more active life.

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t understand the point of fasting. I always heard when you starve yourself your body starts burning less calories to conserve fat because it thinks you’re going to die and is trying to keep your fat stores high until you can find food again.

  7. Anonymous says:

    It always has been a symptom of poverty.
    Poor people eat trash food which makes them fat.
    Rich people whonsre fat are poor in spirit, that’s why they are gluttons.
    Either way they are either financially poor or spiritually poor.

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