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Food for thought

Vixxster

Nojo on the YoYo
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It's very sad indeed but the fact is she could have died if irrespective of her being on LL or not. If you follow the diet correctly there are thousands of healthy men and women now not suffering from obesity related illnesses as a result. It's all about balance. I'm sure people die while they doing WW or SW too.
 
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The media like to sensationalise things IMO. She just HAPPENED to be on LL at the time she died. If she was having a bath at the time she died would the bath be to blame?

The papers like to have a field day and need a scapegoat - which is LL in this case. No more, no less.
 
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The media like to sensationalise things IMO. She just HAPPENED to be on LL at the time she died. If she was having a bath at the time she died would the bath be to blame?

The papers like to have a field day and need a scapegoat - which is LL in this case. No more, no less.

Couldn't agree with you more.

As sad as it is, from what Dr's have said she already had this condition and it was just unfortunate that she was on LL at the time. If she had been on WW, SW or calorie counting this story would never of made it to the papers.
 


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