Being Fat is a Sugar Addiction Problem, not a Handicap Problem


One of the hardest parts of an addiction is not recognizing it for what it is. Many people want to call the obesity epidemic other things and blame as many symptoms as they can. But the underlying problem is with sugar extracts. They are drugs and people are addicted to the taste. Corn syrup has been one of the most ignored drugs in the history of the US.

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metabolic syndrome, obesity, cancer, diabetes, fat people, disability,

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3 thoughts on “Being Fat is a Sugar Addiction Problem, not a Handicap Problem

  1. You know what grinds my gears? When FAT people (YOU) try to tell other people how to live their life. I think they should ban all homeless bums from society. Yeah, maybe I’ll start a movement to that end:) Maybe we should also start a movement to alienate all homeless bums who live in their cars! Cars are NOT made for living in-DUH!

    Mind your own business and just worry about your FAT STINKY self! It’s an outrage that people like you think you can tell others what to eat and what not to eat. You STINK and I hate stinky fuckers!~

    I hate homeless people with a passion. YOU SUCK!

    Thank You,

    TRH

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