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Obesity, Mar 2012

I am happy to share a wonderful link that takes just moments to peruse that graphically demonstrates the terrible consequences of obesity.

On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 9:29 PM, Tony Shin <iamtonyshin@gmail.com> wrote:

Dear Dr. Ordman, I came across your site while searching for blogs and posts around parents preventing obesity and wanted to reach out to see if you were interested in using an infographic my team built which focuses on the obesity of America and where we could end up at the going rate. Here’s the link:

http://www.medicalcodingcareerguide.com/fat-future-of-america/

Perhaps your readers may find it useful. Thank you!
--
Tony Shin
iamtonyshin@gmail.com
Facebook.com/tony.shin40

Do also consider the many things from the nutrition investigator site that you can easily do to avoid or reduce your obesity.
1. http://chemistry.beloit.edu/Ordman/nutrition/indices/ibehav.htm
2. http://chemistry.beloit.edu/Ordman/nutrition/indices/iweightloss.htm

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Roc Ordman for appointments or phoning pls email 24hrs ahead
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--- George Bernard Shaw address at the Municipal Technical College and School of Art, Brighton, 1907

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