05 February, 2009

Change4Life. Not.

Dear Government,
Concerning your moralistic judgemental ineffective prejudice-promoting Change4Life campaign that is wasting lots of taxes:

Love from all the fat people you want to get rid of.

That image would only be more appropriate if the figures were a little more hefty.
As awful as the anti-fat stuff in the US is, it seems so much worse in the UK. I can't even believe they are telling parents to, basically, underfeed their children. Insane.

Kids know how much they need to eat, provided we aren't screwing them up by telling them they can't trust their bodies. They don't need the government dictating how much they should eat.

I was growing to hate those Government-sponsored jelly babies (that's what they remind me of every time I see them, ironically), but your version I do like.
Obesity may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems. I repeat, "leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems." Health is one of the major concerns. According to Medical Tourism Philippines
, the government should give effort on monitoring malnourishment (underweight and overweight) "first" during the early age and not on the late part.
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