Today we tackle a big question that has been growing in popularity of late: can you really be healthy at every size? After the wildly popular Cosmopolitan magazine ran a massive feature on how there is no ‘one size fits all’, and how every size can be healthy, we thought it’d be good to address why such advertising may be dangerous, what the realities of obesity are, and the future repercussions on it. This segues into a discussion on BMI, child obesity, nutrition for children, and all the science and application poured into it! Stay tuned for a big episode here!
“Whatever size you are, try not to link your self-worth to it. “
- Ed Pilkington
00:00 – Intro
02:50 – Thoughts on being overweight
07:17 – Anorexic vs Obese
11:05 – Why education is more empowering
13:09 – How transformation allows a lot of functions
16:00 – Metabolic health
19:55 – Acceptance as an issue
23:25 – Success or failure on weight loss
27:20 – Keeping the weight long term
29:50 – Child Obesity
32:40 – Parental roles on feeding their children
40:58 – How childhood dictates adulthood
43:00 – Using food as a reward
46:30 – Conclusion
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