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Army Says Only 30% of Americans Could Join

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“The U.S. Army now says that seven out of 10 young people between the ages of 17 and 24 are ineligible to become soldiers. 223 more words

Be Confident - Not Fat

I’ve just watched this Sky News short clip about a school in Surrey administering body confidence lessons (http://news.sky.com/story/1359994/schools-urged-to-give-body-confidence-lessons). Now, don’t get me wrong, I think this is great – confidence is key in life, it allows you to be who you are and say what you feel without feeling anxious of what people might say in return – I have only really just learned how to be confident in who I am and be proud of it and I’m happy.. 552 more words

Obesity: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

Obesity: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment by John Mark Lewis

According to the reports by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2007-08, more than 68 percent of the total population of United States of America is suffering from obesity. 617 more words

Meditation

I'm worth it

I am a 30 something female who has been obese most of my life.

In June of 2014, I began losing weight.  I have tried many different diets and such over the years, but this time I was serious and have stayed mostly serious. 377 more words

Bulletproof Coffee

Court Rules Coca-Cola Not Guilty of False and Misleading Advertising

ATLANTA, GA — A Federal District Court ruled this afternoon that Coca-Cola can continue to advertise its products are “Safer than Heroin,” as a new advertising campaign states, since a recent scientific study confirmed the claim.  278 more words

The "Sweet" Life

“Aunty Ema, you eat stuff I never even heard of before.”

My young relative leaned over and watched me mix flax seeds and chia seeds into my morning oatmeal, a bit perplexed by the tiny capsules. 1,999 more words

Family

How I Got Fat So You Don't Have To

I was such a terribly fussy later when I was small. Anything that looked even remotely different to anything I knew or liked was eyed with great suspicion. 889 more words