In a recent study that is sure to come as a blow to feminists and social justice warriors across the nation, researchers have discovered that it’s really not possible to be overweight and healthy at the same time.
So-called fat acceptance activists, who have long peddled the myth of Healthy At Every Size, will likely succumb to heart or periphery vascular disease before admitting that the correct size for healthy is “smaller.”
Researchers eliminated subjects with metabolic disorders that might influence their body weight, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and hyperlipidemia, and focused in on individuals defined as metabolically healthy to see if body weight influenced overall health outcomes.
After analyzing the health records of 3.5 million Brits over the age of 18, from 1995-2015, researchers concluded that overweight individuals had a 50% greater risk of coronary heart disease, a 7% increased risk of stroke and nearly double the risk of heart failure, compared to normal weight individuals.
Dr. Rishi Caleyachetty, leading the research team, noted that the term “metabolically healthy obesity” is a misnomer, and that being overweight is “not a harmless condition.”
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