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It is true that not all obese people have medical issues that lead to obesity, but SOME do.
I have been physically active throughout my life, and I ate no more or worse than the average person, but the weight kept piling on over time. I had been put on diets since I was eight years old (although I wasn't obese back then, just slightly pudgy), and while I'm a disciplined person, the diets only screwed with my metabolism and I became significantly overweight.
It was frustrating b/c despite my efforts, I knew something had to be wrong, but doctor after doctor would just assume I was lazy and had bad eating habits and say "you need to lose weight" with no plan in place on how exactly to do that.
It wasn't until a couple of years ago when I found out from my doctor that I have Poly
, Cincinnati, OH, United States
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