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Adrian Brown PhD RD Jul 20
Neither are choices, obesity is highly complex in its aetiology & not a matter of ignorance! NO ONE choices to gain wt, not one of my pts Ive ever seen woke up 1 day & said ‘you know what would be fun let’s gain 50kg & have people like you stigmatise me’!
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Karen Errichetti, DrPH 11h
Really disappointed with the headless person living with obesity imagery. People of higher weight do not deserve to be represented this way.
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ClaireJenkinsBassettMason Jul 14
Replying to @synapse101
🤯 this pains me!
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Marita Hennessy Jul 13
Thanks for your support Chelsea
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paul chesworth Jul 12
Can you relate to this? I suspect many people who think they are “Normal” will not even read it. Great article 👏🏻👏🏻
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World Obesity Jul 20
Our Image Bank raises awareness & understanding of practical, effective actions to address obesity. Whether you are creating a presentation, news article, or simply want to depict obesity positively it will of use. Access it here:
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I Wish I Were Me Jul 18
Read this! “Health is just a convenient and socially accepted guide for fatphobia abd fatphobia is everywhere” 🎤
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Stuart Flint Jul 13
Another unacceptable example where people with obesity are dehumanised. We all need to do better - scientists and healthcare professionals included.
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Lesley Gray Jul 15
Replying to @JimmyNeesh
Not quite sure what you were getting at - but people dont just die at 60 because they get fat - and being happy and fat is more of a longevity predictor. Be active whatever size. Bit of a silly post?
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Mags Steele Jul 16
Great explanation of why we need to from .
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#Theo|Herbots|Magazine Jul 15
The latest The Health, Fitness, Weight control Daily! Thanks to
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Marita Hennessy Jul 13
Replying to @luciebd
Well said Lucie 🙌
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Marita Hennessy Jul 14
Replying to @MaritaHennessy
Help us to & offer instead: ▶️Read our open letter to CRUK: ▶️Read 5 reasons why CRUK’s obesity campaign is flawed: ▶️Join >12K others, & sign our petition:
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Fiona Quigley Jul 19
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I Wish I Were Me Jul 18
The most vulnerable I have been in my body liberation journey so far was this body positive photo shoot I did were I was literally half naked in a park. Read my post about it here:
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I Wish I Were Me Jul 17
My body is not the society’s ideal body but it is my body, the only one I’ve got, and if I can’t see it as beautiful then I am doing a great disservice to the vessel that is carrying me around.
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Margaret Dunne Jul 17
Replying to @dunnem12
This paraphrased snippet really captures what made me so uncomfortable about the whole CRUK ad debacle - it highlighted a complete disregard & sheer ignorance of what it’s like to be poor. We and people must do better.
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Marita Hennessy Jul 16
I am so privileged to have gotten to know this woman over the last few months & to now consider her a friend ❤️. She has taught me (& slagged me ☘️) loads! Let explain weight stigma to you
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Marita Hennessy Jul 16
. on with now speaking about their latest campaign - was speaking with Emma yesterday about our concerns
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Marita Hennessy Jul 15
Good to see criticism of latest campaign picked up in the latest edition of All-island Obesity News Read our open letter to CRUK here:
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