From: Peter B on

"Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <achung(a)emory.edu> wrote in message
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> Peabody wrote:
>
>>The Wall Street Journal's Tuesday edition, in the Personal Journal
>>section, has an article on a new study showing that excess bodyfat
>>can be present even in people who appear to be of normal weight,
>>and who have BMI numbers below 125. It further states that such
>>excess bodyfat is associated with significant elevated risk for a
>>variety of diseases and disorders.
>
> You likely meant to write "BMI numbers below 25."
>
>>Andrew was not listed as a source for this article, but could have
>>been had they only asked.
>
> It remains wise to be mindful of WDJW **and** do what He wants:
>

There is no diet plan in the Bible. Jesus never said anything about fat,
the only thing one could possible misconstrue is the mention of being
"Moderate in all things" which your spamming and web sites certainly are
not.

He does not tell you how to comb your hair, brush your teeth, what shoes
to wear. etc

He does tell us we are under the New Covenant, "The New Testament" for
most people.

Anyone who tells you otherwise is a false prophet, yes, especially those
pompous ones with degree's.