Why is it so Easy to be Thin in Japan?

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+4 1. MicoMaco commented 6 years ago

Awesome. Now lets just all go to Japan!
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+6 2. Derpgeek commented 6 years ago

So those 3.5% are the Sumo wrestlers? :squirrel:
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+3 3. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

I'm big in Japan. 8-)
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+3 4. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

Some people need an inconvenience store.

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+1 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 6 years ago

Not really fair comparing one country's relatively healthy "eating culture" to another's "eating disorder-afflicted" subset, yet, how else might they get their point across? :P

More (i): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4488807/pdf/nutrients-07-04661.pdf

D'oh! I totally forgot about this too: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fat_tax#Japan 8-)
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+2 6. jaikku commented 6 years ago

Deep fried=fat people. Massive doses of sugar=fat people. There is scientific proof of this and all of us are aware of it.

Here in Finland we often hear many American tourist mention we have pretty bad food here. Well I can agree with that to a certain degree since the food we eat is mostly not deep fried or dipped in sugar. But people seem to get used to eating a bit healthier if one spends time in a healthier diet country. One´s body just adapts to almost anything and over time one craves sugar and fat no more.
I read from somewhere that some gut bacteria particularly ´´designed´´ to chop carbs explode in number if one constantly keeps eating carbs. Thus, this bacteria sends commands to the brain to keep eating more carbs to satisfy the bacteria's need for nutrition. Hence craving. Makes sense right?
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+1 7. Muku commented 6 years ago

Russians go crazy: D http://filesyncer.net/739633
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0 8. buckleg08 commented 3 years ago

keep walking...:P