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Is The Surgeon General Wrong About Why Americans Are Overweight?

Posted Oct 22 2008 4:36pm

I don't think there's a single American who isn't aware of a health crisis affecting every state, every city, every community, and every school across our great nation.

The crisis is obesity. It’s the fastest-growing cause of disease and death in America. And with the right help it’s completely preventable.

Nearly two out of every three Americans are overweight or obese.

One out of every eight deaths in America is caused by an illness directly related to overweight and obesity.

With so many people fighting the weight loss battle wouldn't it be great to have information that made sense? Much of what we hear is actually conflicting, such as these two statements:
1. "Overweight and obesity result from excess calorie consumption and/or inadequate physical activity"
U.S. Surgeon General, 2001

2. "Those who are overweight eat fewer calories than those of normal weight."
National Academy of Sciences, Diet and Health, 1989

So which is correct? Fewer or more calories contribute to being overweight?

• Many Americans have tried most everything for weight loss and nothing works for long.
• Are over 40 and frustrated with their now expanding waistline.
• Are also suffering from bad cholesterol, high blood pressure, hot flashes, digestive problems, constipation, diabetes, arthritis, fatigue or depression.

How much do we really know about weight management? How do you know the best way for you to lose weight and stay healthy - or even get healthier? Does exercise really make a big difference with weight loss? Is it the food we eat or the amount? Do we have to cut back on calories? Is it safe to cut back calories? Does low fat - high fiber help?


Which of these statements do you believe are true?

1. "Overweight and obesity result from excess calorie consumption and/or inadequate physical activity"
U.S. Surgeon General, 2001

OR

2. "Those who are overweight eat fewer calories than those of normal weight."
National Academy of Sciences, Diet and Health, 1989

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