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What We’re Reading: Obesity Arguments

Tara Dairman

January 4, 2007

This week, we’d like to direct your attention to this post at http://closeconcerns.typepad.com entitled “Better Fit or Fat? The New Republic’s argument for obesity.” The post examines the controversial argument that it isn’t body fat per se, but a lifestyle that includes little physical activity, that is the real threat to Americans’ health.

The Close Concerns weblog is written by the team at Close Concerns, a diabetes consulting firm founded and run by Kelly Close, who lives with Type 1 diabetes.

This week, we’d like to direct your attention to this post at http://closeconcerns.typepad.com entitled “Better Fit or Fat? The New Republic’s argument for obesity.” The post examines the controversial argument that it isn’t body fat per se, but a lifestyle that includes little physical activity, that is the real threat to Americans’ health.

The Close Concerns weblog is written by the team at Close Concerns, a diabetes consulting firm founded and run by Kelly Close, who lives with Type 1 diabetes.



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