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“10 Things You Can Do Right Now - To Ease Concerns About Your Weight And Improve Your Health ”, Robison, Jon
2009 ~ Source: Wellness Council of America Given the focus on weight by the health establishment, the government and the media, it is not surprising that many people in this country are anxiously asking the same question. And there is no shortage of recommendations out there directing peo . . .

“All Shapes and Sizes”, Aphramor, Lucy
May 9, 200 - Source: It is counterproductive to pour money and effort into making everyone slim – let's encourage an ethical approach to weightWe seem doomed to experience more government anti-obesity campaigns and policies that have little effect on our collective we . . .

“Do You Believe in Fairies, Unicorns, or the BMI?”, Devlin, Keith
Take a look at the guy in the photo. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he is overweight. They base this classification on a number called the body mass index, or BMI. Also overweight, according to this CDC endorsed metric, are athletes and movie stars Kobe Bryant . . .

“Health At Every Size® Fact Sheet”, Association for Size Diversity and Health
First released 2009, Updated 2011 - Source:   Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH) HAES® Fact Sheet An overview of the Health At Every Size® approach, an alternative to the weight/size-based paradigm upon which much current public health policy is based. . . .

“The Science Behind Health At Every Size® (HAES℠)”, Sharma, A
Tuesday, February 8, 2011 - Source:® Sharma writes in support of HAES℠!  While he describes Linda Bacon's work be prepared, his final statements are: "In my own practice, I routinely counsel patients, who pursue unrealistic and unsustainable weig . . .

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