How Much is Your Health Worth?

 The difference between a 250lb woman and a 120lb woman might be very obvious on the outside, but take a look at what they look like on the inside. 

On the 250lb woman you can see the lower bone density, the fatty heart, the low percentage of muscle, the size of the intestinal tract, and even the enormous amount of fat around the waist. 

Notice the inflammation of the internal organs.  The lower bone density.  The buckling of the knee joints.  The higher proportion of toxic waste stuck in the gastrointestinal tract.  The fatty heart.  The lower percentage of muscle.  The massive amounts of body fat around the midsection.  

Pretty remarkable illustration. If looking in the mirror doesn’t motivate you, hopefully that image will.

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