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    Friday, November 28, 2014 5:12 pm Email this article

    Patients speak a language I don’t understand. They would have an easier time losing weight if they used moderate, adult language. For instance, fat people never say, “I am hungry.” They usually say, “I am starving.” Why say such a thing? In point of fact they aren’t starving. But see,if you believe you are starving, well then you must eat right now and you can eat a lot. 

    Instead of saying “I’d like that”, they say I crave it. I must have it, have to have it. But adults don’t crave things unless they are drug addicts. Children crave things. Children have to have it. Fat speech is childish speech. Adults can delay gratification, show restraint, divert focus. All it takes is a little practice.

    Here are some other words I don’t understand. “Stress eating.”  What is that? “Processed food.” What is that? “Natural food.” What is that? “Organic”? Have you been to the grocery store lately? There are 12 different kinds of milk, 10 different kinds of eggs. The English language is dissolving, and into the rift go the food companies selling you things you don’t need. “Diet drinks” “Energy drinks” “Sports drinks” Please tell me what the word “sports” means? I have a sports coat in my closet and cannot think in which sport I would wear it.

    Lean adults use real words with real meaning. Stop the silliness.

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