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AussieChiefsFan
04-07-2010, 07:20 AM
I CAN'T BELIEVE HOW CUTE THIS KID IS! IT'S UNBELIEVABLE, I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING EVVVVVEEERRRR THIS CUTE!!!!:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

HEHEHEHEHE!:D :D :D
YouTube- Chubby cuppy cake boy
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Connie Jo
04-08-2010, 02:51 AM
He's definitely got the chubby cheeks going on! hahaha

Chiefster
04-08-2010, 09:29 AM
He's definitely got the chubby cheeks going on! hahaha


Yup, wonder how much he weighs?

AussieChiefsFan
04-08-2010, 08:57 PM
Yup, wonder how much he weighs?
:lol:

stricken721
04-08-2010, 10:44 PM
I'm laughing my a** off and feared for my safety at the same time watching this video.











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Ryfo18
04-08-2010, 11:35 PM
I feel bad for the kid...He's gonna have a rough life if he can't get the weight under control.

Connie Jo
04-09-2010, 11:38 PM
I feel bad for the kid...He's gonna have a rough life if he can't get the weight under control.

I had that same thought. I read an article a couple years ago related to how many kids in American society today are overweight and not fit. There are many contributing factors...such as the necessity these days for mom's to work outside of the home, by comparison say to the 50's & prior. Therefore, are unable to do much cooking of well balanced meals at home...much fast food or convenient quick cooking meals for dinner.

As well, kids are not playing as much outside as say when I was a kid. TV, video games, PC's are all to blame of course...not as much backyard football, baseball, wrestling, hide & seek, building forts, etc.. Not as much bike riding & walking either...as many kids are provided with cars at the earliest age possible, as well as scooters, etc..

Anyway...according to Harvard, Mayo, etc....our future generations will be some of the most unhealthiest yet. They're predicting illness related to obesity will reach all time record highs, and many will lose life earlier because they became unhealtier earlier in life...becoming overweight as children rather than as adults. They say cholesterol is already building plaque in overweight kids' arteries, etc.. :(

Chiefster
04-10-2010, 06:11 AM
I feel bad for the kid...He's gonna have a rough life if he can't get the weight under control.

That was my concern.

AussieChiefsFan
04-10-2010, 07:01 AM
That was my concern.
Concentrate on the cuteness everone. :D

Canada
04-10-2010, 08:40 PM
Concentrate on the cuteness everone. :D

There is nothing cute about a 300lb 7 year old.

Chiefster
04-10-2010, 08:42 PM
There is nothing cute about a 300lb 7 year old.

Yup.

AussieChiefsFan
04-11-2010, 07:29 AM
There is nothing cute about a 300lb 7 year old.
:sign0178:

Sick Dog
04-11-2010, 10:35 AM
I find it a little disturbing actually.

AussieChiefsFan
04-11-2010, 09:50 PM
I find it a little disturbing actually.
Seriously?

Chiefster
04-12-2010, 09:00 AM
Seriously?

Well yeah Aussie; the kid is cute, yes, but obesity has reached epic proportions here in the US and when parents have a child that is that heavy at such a young age it really needs to be a subject of concern.

My nineteen year old is overweight and eats too much; a trend that I wished I would have done more to curtail when he was a child.

Connie Jo
04-15-2010, 12:05 AM
Well yeah Aussie; the kid is cute, yes, but obesity has reached epic proportions here in the US and when parents have a child that is that heavy at such a young age it really needs to be a subject of concern.

My nineteen year old is overweight and eats too much; a trend that I wished I would have done more to curtail when he was a child.

My kids weren't overweight as kids, but my daughter became overweight in her late teens, early 20's...has remained such. She overeats, and blames it on inheriting her dad's metabolism and over-eating tendencies, love of all food. She hates being over-weight, but doesn't make an effort not to be either, so far.

I worry about her health too. As we age our metabolisms tend to slow down any way...so if one is already overweight at a young age, they likely will only become moreso with age. The heavier one is, the more difficult it becomes to lose it, the body wears out easy with any exertion.

stricken721
04-15-2010, 12:22 AM
With the puffiness and redness in his cheeks his obesity is probably something out of his and his parents control. Typically when your cheeks puff up like that with redness you have a problem in your Endocrine System. If it's not that.. it is a serious thing.

Connie Jo
04-15-2010, 12:40 AM
With the puffiness and redness in his cheeks his obesity is probably something out of his and his parents control. Typically when your cheeks puff up like that with redness you have a problem in your Endocrine System. If it's not that.. it is a serious thing.

Could the redness be caused by high blood pressure, as a result of his being overweight? I know there are people who are puffy & swollen looking due to hormonal issues, also from some medical treatments...such as with Cancer, steroids, etc..

stricken721
04-15-2010, 12:46 AM
Could the redness be caused by high blood pressure, as a result of his being overweight? I know there are people who are puffy & swollen looking due to hormonal issues, also from some medical treatments...such as with Cancer, steroids, etc..

Could be. I don't have an honest answer for that, my guess is yes though.

I am overweight (on a diet too might I add, FINALLY that is working) and I used to have HBP and it caused my face to be slightly red as well as my arms. It's an interesting medical condition.

Edit: Also might I add mine wasn't caused my an Endocrine problem, but more along the lines of depression. I just pay attention in class to be able to identify what's goin on with that little boy. :)

Connie Jo
04-15-2010, 01:27 AM
Could be. I don't have an honest answer for that, my guess is yes though.

I am overweight (on a diet too might I add, FINALLY that is working) and I used to have HBP and it caused my face to be slightly red as well as my arms. It's an interesting medical condition.

Edit: Also might I add mine wasn't caused my an Endocrine problem, but more along the lines of depression. I just pay attention in class to be able to identify what's goin on with that little boy. :)

Yeah, that's how my daughter's dad is, or should just say my x-hubby.

He began taking HBP med's shortly before his heart attack scare Feb. 2007. For the last few yrs his face was always red, even with HBP med's. He was overweight 50-75 lbs based upon Dr's guidelines...but he lost weight after Feb. 2007.

He became afraid of death after his heart attack scare...he'd have panic attacks & nightmares. He began fasting to lose weight, rather than a balanced diet plan. He was cutting off his nose to spite his face though...in his mind being healthy just meant losing weight, not losing it in a healthy way.

His daily diet for well over a year in 2007-2008...was one piece of fruit for lunch, a salad for dinner. He also has a coffee habit...literally 12 cups of coffee daily at 16 oz each...from 6 AM until about 2 PM...then he stops the coffee. So coffee was part of his diet too...toss in a pint of Jim Beam straight from the bottle in late afternoon to early evening each day, lol.

Trust me...caffienism, Jim Beam daily, and fasting on top of clinical depression...made for one wired & raging crazy man out of control. His behavior was/is somewhat represented by these smiley's:

:jump1:

or this one going 100 mph, haha. :2bang9hj:

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2010, 01:29 AM
Yeah, that's how my daughter's dad is, or should just say my x-hubby.

He began taking HBP med's shortly before his heart attack scare Feb. 2007. For the last few yrs his face was always red, even with HBP med's. He was overweight 50-75 lbs based upon Dr's guidelines...but he lost weight after Feb. 2007.

He became afraid of death after his heart attack scare...he'd have panic attacks & nightmares. He began fasting to lose weight, rather than a balanced diet plan. He was cutting off his nose to spite his face though...in his mind being healthy just meant losing weight, not losing it in a healthy way.

His daily diet for well over a year in 2007-2008...was one piece of fruit for lunch, a salad for dinner. He also has a coffee habit...literally 12 cups of coffee daily at 16 oz each...from 6 AM until about 2 PM...then he stops the coffee. So coffee was part of his diet too...toss in a pint of Jim Beam straight from the bottle in late afternoon to early evening each day, lol.

Trust me...caffienism, Jim Beam daily, and fasting on top of clinical depression...made for one wired & raging crazy man out of control. His behavior was/is somewhat represented by these smiley's:

:jump1:

or this one going 100 mph, haha. :2bang9hj:
Sounds like he was having a really tough time losing weight.

Connie Jo
04-15-2010, 01:47 AM
Sounds like he was having a really tough time losing weight.

Oh no, he lost weight easy and quick with not eating anything more than a piece of fruit and a salad each day. Once he lost the weight he would sometimes eat a bit more, but if he gained more than a couple pounds back...he'd return to only a piece of fruit & salad each day.

He became so obsessed with his weight, he habitually weighed himself 3 times a day...morning, noon, and evening. He wasn't anorexic, but his obsession with weight became similiar to someone who is anorexic...he'd be thin, but still see himself as being in his words "fat".

AussieChiefsFan
04-15-2010, 01:57 AM
Oh no, he lost weight easy and quick with not eating anything more than a piece of fruit and a salad each day. Once he lost the weight he would sometimes eat a bit more, but if he gained more than a couple pounds back...he'd return to only a piece of fruit & salad each day.

He became so obsessed with his weight, he habitually weighed himself 3 times a day...morning, noon, and evening. He wasn't anorexic, but his obsession with weight became similiar to someone who is anorexic...he'd be thin, but still see himself as being in his words "fat".
Oh. That's actually worse.

Chiefster
04-15-2010, 11:21 AM
My kids weren't overweight as kids, but my daughter became overweight in her late teens, early 20's...has remained such. She overeats, and blames it on inheriting her dad's metabolism and over-eating tendencies, love of all food. She hates being over-weight, but doesn't make an effort not to be either, so far.

I worry about her health too. As we age our metabolisms tend to slow down any way...so if one is already overweight at a young age, they likely will only become moreso with age. The heavier one is, the more difficult it becomes to lose it, the body wears out easy with any exertion.

Exactly Connie; I'm over weight and it's all of my own making. The problem is that I'm on a see-food diet - I see food and eat it. Morbid obesity places a tremendous strain on the heart not to mention a whole host of related major health issues.

Connie Jo
04-18-2010, 12:38 PM
Exactly Connie; I'm over weight and it's all of my own making. The problem is that I'm on a see-food diet - I see food and eat it. Morbid obesity places a tremendous strain on the heart not to mention a whole host of related major health issues.

My x-hubby was like that too Chiefster..."see food & eat it", but he also couldn't stop. He would eat until he made himself miserably sick. IE: Thanksgiving I knew to make him two extra pumpkin pies...cause he'd eat two entire pies before family even arrived for afternoon dinner. If I made a pot of ham n beans & cornbread for dinner...he'd eat the entire pot in one evening. He just couldn't stop till all the food was gone. He always said he thought he had an eating disorder, which likely he did.

He wasn't 'that' over-weight though, considering the amount of food he would eat. I never thought so anyway...most of his weight was in his belly, which is common, especially at our age. He stayed fairly active with work & such, so that helped him burn off much of what he consumed I think.

After his heart attack scare he became obsessed with not eating, the complete opposite of how he use to eat. One is as bad as the other related to being healthy...fasting & not eating properly can harm also, especially when drinking as much coffee & alcohol as he was on an empty stomach. He developed ulcers & acid reflux also.

Heck, there were thousands who developed heart trouble, some even lost life...related to the Atkins diet and eliminating carbs & fats completely from their diets. The heart and body require some carbs & fat to function properly & be healthy. That's what Cardiologists & Dr's say any way.

I think the old basic rule we were taught in school is likely still the best theory when it comes to healthy eating...eat balanced meals including portions from all food groups. That said, I don't do that either...I tend to be a junk food junkie at times, moreso since becoming single. Cooking homemade meals like I did when married isn't as feasible single. I eat mostly frozen foods now...such as Fridays Potato Skins, pizza, haha. I also drink too much Diet Dr. Pepper...never been a coffee or tea drinker.

Chiefster
04-19-2010, 01:13 AM
My x-hubby was like that too Chiefster..."see food & eat it", but he also couldn't stop. He would eat until he made himself miserably sick. IE: Thanksgiving I knew to make him two extra pumpkin pies...cause he'd eat two entire pies before family even arrived for afternoon dinner. If I made a pot of ham n beans & cornbread for dinner...he'd eat the entire pot in one evening. He just couldn't stop till all the food was gone. He always said he thought he had an eating disorder, which likely he did.

He wasn't 'that' over-weight though, considering the amount of food he would eat. I never thought so anyway...most of his weight was in his belly, which is common, especially at our age. He stayed fairly active with work & such, so that helped him burn off much of what he consumed I think.

After his heart attack scare he became obsessed with not eating, the complete opposite of how he use to eat. One is as bad as the other related to being healthy...fasting & not eating properly can harm also, especially when drinking as much coffee & alcohol as he was on an empty stomach. He developed ulcers & acid reflux also.

Heck, there were thousands who developed heart trouble, some even lost life...related to the Atkins diet and eliminating carbs & fats completely from their diets. The heart and body require some carbs & fat to function properly & be healthy. That's what Cardiologists & Dr's say any way.

I think the old basic rule we were taught in school is likely still the best theory when it comes to healthy eating...eat balanced meals including portions from all food groups. That said, I don't do that either...I tend to be a junk food junkie at times, moreso since becoming single. Cooking homemade meals like I did when married isn't as feasible single. I eat mostly frozen foods now...such as Fridays Potato Skins, pizza, haha. I also drink too much Diet Dr. Pepper...never been a coffee or tea drinker.

Yeah, ya know I think the biggest problem with our current society is that we are too much into instant gratification. We want what we want, when we want it; all the while doing as little as possible to get it. That is why so many people have put off trying to live a healthy life style, maintaining healthy weights, eating healthy foods for fad diets and quick fixes. I will say this much for the Atkins diet though; many do not understand it. It is not about cutting out carbs completely; it is about reducing the amount of carbs and increasing healthy proteins and then slowly increasing the "good" carb intake - such as you get through whole grains.

Connie Jo
04-19-2010, 01:30 AM
I don't know much about the Atkins diet, other than when so many people began having heart trouble & it made all the major news reports. I remember seeing a Cardiologist talk about it on CNN, explaining how the heart & body needed some fat & carbs to remain healthy, but I didn't catch much of the interview other than that.

I had friends who went on the Atkins diet, but I can't say they understood it...as when they explained would say they weren't allowed any fat or carbs, it was all protein only. Many likely went on the diet by hearsay...listening to others talk about it, rather than actually looking into it themself.

I agree totally...we've become a very impatient sociey, and I fear it's going to become worse with each generation.

Chiefster
04-19-2010, 01:42 AM
I don't know much about the Atkins diet, other than when so many people began having heart trouble & it made all the major news reports. I remember seeing a Cardiologist talk about it on CNN, explaining how the heart & body needed some fat & carbs to remain healthy, but I didn't catch much of the interview other than that.

I had friends who went on the Atkins diet, but I can't say they understood it...as when they explained would say they weren't allowed any fat or carbs, it was all protein only. Many likely went on the diet by hearsay...listening to others talk about it, rather than actually looking into it themself.

I agree totally...we've become a very impatient sociey, and I fear it's going to become worse with each generation.

I agree and believe that technology facilitates much of the prevailing attitude.

Canada
04-19-2010, 01:04 PM
I agree and believe that technology facilitates much of the prevailing attitude.

Stupid computers!! :google0dw:

Chiefster
04-20-2010, 09:43 PM
Stupid computers!! :google0dw:

Dumb Internet! :lol: