- Apr 2, 2012
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Some people would pay good money for that.
Read the Diet Myth by Dr Tim Spector. Good introduction to the science surrounding the microbiemeThere's quite a lot of recent research linking gut flora with weight, the ease of putting it on and the ease of losing it.
We do seem to be edging towards a point where we might be able to say 'healthy gut flora' is 'X' and some foods or types of foods are modifying 'X' leading to problems with weight.
I wouldn't be surprised to see antibiotics being implicated, firstly, obvious, and secondly, (a sample size of '1' I admit), I've had the bad luck to have to take a few prolonged courses of antibiotics and in every instance finishing the antibiotic course lead to a permanent weight gain of some half-a-stone that I couldn't shift.
They wank as high as any in Wome.On the other hand, I'm surprised to see Libya and Saudi Arabia ranked so high ...
From what I can tell, the height is definitely not accurate. This was the average height about 45 years ago. It's taller now.They wank as high as any in Wome.
More seriously, the dimensions of the average twenty-year-old woman in the U.S. recently did duty as a meme-du-jour for the right wing punditry. These were the figures quoted (accurate?)
The average American woman 20 years old and up weighs 170.6 pounds and stands at 63.7 inches (almost 5 feet, 4 inches) tall.And the average waist circumference? It’s 38.6 inches.
As an average, I suspect there are plenty of sensible-sized girls, but about 20% of the total are monstrously obese, which drags those figure northwards.
As an aside, I thought U.S. women were a shade taller than that figure quoted. Perhaps more of the kind of distribution I've suggested for weight, there being plenty of racial diversity.
SOURCE: https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2020/0...capacity-due-to-heavy-tourists/2321595446645/Venice reduces gondola capacity due to heavy tourists
The city of Venice, Italy, is reducing the maximum capacity of its gondolas from six people to five, but the reason isn't related to COVID-19 -- it's an issue of tourists' weight.
Andrea Balbi, the president of Venice's Gondola Association, which oversees the city's 433 licensed gondoliers and 180 substitutes, said the decision was made to reduce the capacity of the boats to ease the strain on the boatmen who propel them. ...
Raoul Roveratto, president of the association of substitute gondoliers, said the weight of passengers can sometimes cause the boats to take on water.
"From some countries, it's like bombs loading on and when [the boat] is fully loaded, the hull sinks and water enters," he told the La Repubblica newspaper. "Going forward with over half a ton of meat on board is dangerous."