By Nick CafardoPublished Nov. 19, 2018 10:10:00AMI feel like I’m on the same level as him.
He is not fattening.
I know he has to be fattened to be on this level, but it feels good.
I just love that guy, and I love his company, and that’s a great feeling.
And I have a little girl, who is a huge fattie, who likes to get on my knees and play.
And she is definitely one of the biggest fatties I’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing.
I love it, and it’s a very exciting time.
I think a lot of people are looking at the fact that we’re at a moment when we’ve had an obesity epidemic, where we’ve lost the capacity for self-control and that has been really, really dangerous.
But the fact is, we’ve got a lot more work to do to prevent this from happening again.
It is true that obesity has gotten a lot worse in recent years, and the number of Americans who are obese has actually been dropping.
But, there’s a lot we can do to reduce the amount of energy people put into overeating, especially if we’re not putting that energy into what is actually very good for our bodies, like eating more vegetables and avoiding processed food.
It’s a really difficult conversation to have when you have so many of these obesity-related diseases, especially when it comes to cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
But it’s also a conversation that needs to be having when it’s time to look at how we can reduce the number and the severity of these diseases, so that we can prevent more and more of these devastating consequences from happening.