Here’s a new plan for fat slobs.
This is the purpose of our civilization now: to figure out a way for fatties to continue to slob it up without ever having to deal with the fallout of their choices.
A new weight-loss shot is being hailed as a “game changer” — with the potential to cut diabetes risk by 50% and “fight obesity as a disease” for the first time, according to a new study.
The research, conducted by the University of Alabama, found that weekly jabs of the drug semaglutide in overweight and obese research participants caused an average weight loss of 37 pounds.
“We have not seen this degree of weight loss with any previous medication,” said lead study author Dr. Timothy Garvey in a statement. “More than 50% of trial participants are losing 15% of their body weight, and anywhere between a third and 40% of participants are losing 20% of their body weight.”
The research results are “beginning to close the gap with bariatric surgery” in terms of being “sufficient to treat or prevent a broad array of obesity complications that impair health and quality of life,” according to Garvey, who called it a “game changer in obesity medicine” with the potential to “treat obesity as a disease.”
This is good news for Americans fighting a losing battle with fat: Between 1960 and 2010, prevalence of adult obesity in the United States almost tripled, to 36% from 13%, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“Many people among the lay public and many health-care professionals as well think about obesity primarily as a lifestyle choice, even today, despite our scientific understanding of obesity as a disease,” Garvey said. “That’s why I think these trials are important.”
That literally sounds like PrEP for fat people.
PrEP is the drug that homos take so they can go to gay orgies without collapsing their immune systems.
The government promotes it.
This is the purpose of our lives now: helping degenerates to not suffer the consequences of their sin.
They are crushing our dreams.
But I thought obesity is healthy?
— Butters ᡕᠵ᠊ᡃ່࡚ࠢ࠘ ⸝່ࠡࠣ᠊߯᠆ࠣ࠘ᡁࠣ࠘᠊᠊ࠢ࠘𐡏 (@SixEggsEveryday) September 12, 2022
Why not start by eliminating high fructose corn syrup? Sugar is cheaper than corn now, anyway.
— David Vandigrifft (@Vandigrifft) September 12, 2022
Americans will do anything to avoid smaller portions
— Surfing Scientist (@TheRealWillBoss) September 12, 2022
Or you could, ya know…work out and eat right
— TexasZach (@TTexasZach) September 12, 2022
the Minute made/Quick fix culture on full swing.
— Octavio Mancilla (@Octomancoin) September 12, 2022
Ya know what else is a game changer? Diet and exercise!
— MAGA (@YMCMB_DONNY) September 12, 2022