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The Connection Between Covid Deaths and Obesity

The elites have told us for a year now that we need to remain afraid of Covid. In their treading on our rights, they do their best to force us to wear masks, close schools, remain locked-down for no discernable reason, avoid seeing or congregating with friends and family, and follow all manner of other ridiculous diktats. I’ve been skeptical from the beginning, but now more evidence is coming out that Covid is, for the average, healthy person, not dangerous.

That’s because problems with Covid are inextricably linked with obesity. Here’s what Fox had to say:

“Around 78% of people who were hospitalized, needed a ventilator or died as a result of COVID-19 were overweight or obsess, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The report tracked more than 148,000 U.S. adults who received a COVID-19 diagnosis during an emergency department or inpatient visit at 238 U.S. hospitals between March and December 2020. Of those adults, more than 28% were overweight while 50% were obese.”

WebMD, while normally not a source I trust, did an analysis of the results and produced a pretty good breakdown of how BMI and obesity exponentially, not linearly, affect how people handle Covid. Here that breakdown:

“The risk of ICU admission was particularly associated with severe obesity. For example, those with a BMI in the 40 to 44.9 kg/m2 category had a 6% increased risk, which jumped to 16% higher among those with a BMI of 45 or greater.

Compared to people with a healthy BMI, the need for mechanical ventilation was 12% more likely among overweight adults with a BMI of 25 to 29.2. The risked jumped to 108% greater among those with the most serious obesity, those with a BMI of 45 or greater, lead CDC researcher Lyudmyla Kompaniyets, PhD, and colleagues reported.”

In other words, the relationship between problems with Covid and obesity is not linear, it doesn’t increase in a 1:1 ratio. Instead, it starts slow and then rapidly rises like an exponential curve.

And that relationship doesn’t just exist in America. It’s a fact of Covid in every obese country. Here are some insights regarding that from a recent Forbes article:

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“The report found death rates were 10x higher in countries where more than 50% of the population is overweight, pointing to the U.K. and the U.S. as examples.” 

“The report highlights that there is “not a single example internationally” of a country with low levels of obesity—classified as less than 40% of the population overweight—and high death rates.” 

We’ve been lied to this entire time. Covid is not dangerous for healthy people. If you’re very old or very obese, then yes, Covid is a threat and you might want to be careful. But guess what- if you’re a young to middle-aged American with even a marginally healthy lifestyle, you’ll be fine. You don’t need to wear a mask, social distance, or do any of the other ridiculous nonsense that the Covid tyrants want you to. Instead, just go on a job and eat some grilled chicken rather than the processed crap so many stores and restaurants try to feed us.

America’s economy has been destroyed by a big lie. Covid was never a threat to the average American worker. For healthy people, it’s probably no worse than the flu, if its even that bad. We need to start standing up to the Covid tyrants and fighting for our rights. Should the whole country have to suffer because of those that have maintained unhealthy lifestyles for the past 30 years?

By: Gen Z Conservative. Follow me on Parler, Gab, and Facebook

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