Before spouting your “everyone knows”, no evidence, not science, not helpful advice in blog spaces where your input was neither asked for nor welcomed, I very strongly suggest that you actually read the material presented in said blog.
In case your attention span is so painfully short that you can’t possibly make it through more than a single entry, or that your research skills are akin to the average 5 year old’s - here are a few select bits of reading that you really should try to make it through, because - well, not only are you inapprorpriate, you’re wrong.
http://www.nutritionj.com/content/10/1/9 - “Randomized controlled clinical trials indicate that a HAES approach is associated with statistically and clinically relevant improvements in physiological measures (e.g., blood pressure, blood lipids), health behaviors (e.g., eating and activity habits, dietary quality), and psychosocial outcomes (such as self-esteem and body image), and that HAES achieves these health outcomes more successfully than weight loss treatment and without the contraindications associated with a weight focus.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/02/health/study-suggests-lower-death-risk-for-the-overweight.html?hp&_r=1& - “The report on nearly three million people found that those whose B.M.I. ranked them as overweight had less risk of dying than people of normal weight. And while obese people had a greater mortality risk over all, those at the lowest obesity level (B.M.I. of 30 to 34.9) were not more likely to die than normal-weight people.”
http://healthland.time.com/2012/09/05/can-you-be-fat-and-fit-or-thin-and-unhealthy/ - “In a new study by U.S. and European researchers, published [PDF] in the European Heart Journal, overweight and obese people were found to be at no greater risk of developing or dying from heart disease or cancer, compared with normal weight people, as long as they were metabolically fit despite their excess weight.”
Yours with actual thought,
Trolly cunt gets burned. Burn, trolly cunt, BURN.