There is A LOT of calories and sugar in pop, too. I think that's a problem as well, people don't think about what they drink as adding up, but it really can. You can gain lose weight by just cutting out pop, sugary juices, and alcohol from your diet.
Very true. I dropped about 8 lbs this summer by doing nothing other than cutting most of the pure crap from my diet. (pop, sweets, and fast food).
BMI is a terrible way to determine healthy weight. That also would open an entire can of worms with what medical records the government can get ahold of, something that is far from necessary.
Also, am I the only one that isn't too surprised at this step? I mean, they've been starting these things up fairly frequently as of late, with the tobacco tax increase, and tickets for not wearing a seatbelt.
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