August 2, 2019
Plus size “model” Tess Holliday is likely to have bowel or breast cancer and eventually die a horrible death
“Fat shaming saves lives” is not hyperbole — it is a fact.
Every year carrying extra fat increases women’s likelihood of dying after a cancer diagnosis even after they’ve lost the excess weight, according to a new study.
Being overweight for just a year dramatically reduces women’s lifelong chances of surviving cancer, a major study has revealed.
For every 12 months spent obese or overweight as an adult, the risk of dying after a breast or bowel cancer diagnosis in later life rises by up to four per cent.
The link between excess weight and cancer developing in the first place is well established, but the new study is the first to show how having a BMI higher than 25 can also slash survival rates. The World Cancer Research Fund tracked the weight of 47,000 women between the age of 20 and 50. Of these 1,500 went on to develop breast or bowel cancer after the menopause.
The Swedish researchers found that each year of being overweight cut a woman’s chances of surviving bowel cancer by four per cent and breast cancer by three per cent.
They said time spent being overweight is ‘the obesity-equivalent of years of cigarette smoking’.
Study author Dr Isabelle Soerjomataram, of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, said: ‘While previous studies have shown an association between being overweight and developing cancer, very little is known about how it impacts your chances of surviving cancer.
‘Our research shows that effective prevention of overweight and obesity must start at an early age.’
The best strategy for preventing people from becoming fat has proven to be relentless and unapologetic fat shaming.
We’ve tried politically correct alternatives that don’t involve bullying and they don’t work. Just look around you. Most people are disgustingly fat.
In the past, people were able to tell fat people that they were pigs without any negative repercussion. When someone saw a classmate in school gaining a bit of fat, the natural instinct was to make fun of her and shame her into
This “bullying” instinct against fat people is not some evil sadistic drive to make people feel bad about themselves but a healthy mechanism for people to keep each other healthy.
Bullying fat people keeps society healthy.
Julia Frater, of Cancer Research UK, said: ‘This study reinforces the idea that keeping and maintaining a healthy weight throughout one’s life can lower the risk of death from cancer and other diseases.
‘It’s worth highlighting that the length of time someone was overweight for made a big difference towards surviving their cancer.’
Parents with fat kids should be constantly reminded about this. They are engaging in child abuse.
Allowing kids to be fat ruins their health, their social life, their self-esteem and their minds.
This study shows that the damage can be irreversible.