The Body’s Moral Conscience

Most people get fat by their early 30’s. Obesity is defined as a BMI of 30. For a 5’9″ male, this is 200 lbs. For a 5’4″ female, this is 175 lbs. Most people are overweight and 39.8% of people aged 20-39. This percentage ticks up by 4% for people in middle age (40 to 59).

As your body ages, your metabolism slows down. Your insulin resistance does not track with age but if you’re predisposed to insulin resistance and you’re eating the same amount and quality of foods you were eating as a teenager, you will risk health problems and weight gain.
Walking on a treadmill at a brisk pace for 7 to 11 minutes a day will decrease your risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by 22 to 25%. Cardiovascular disease the #3 cause of death behind fentanyl and democide.

As you age, you are going to want to adhere to a steady exercise and diet regimen that will keep you looking younger and trimmer, feeling more energetic, and help you to avoid failing health. If you have emotional resistance to doing this, you will want to reflect on your childhood experiences around physical health. My book Make Self-Knowledge Great Again is essential in this regard.

In an uncertain health environment due to open and active world depopulation schemes, you will want to reduce your co-morbidities as much as possible. If you are overweight when a weaponized flu hits the general population, you will struggle to breathe and may have to go to a hospital where your chances are dicey, at best.

The main failing people have through their 20’s is not to do with physical health, of course. It is a moral failing – a failing to recognize and fight evil. It is thereby that people fall into corruption and their consciences accrue to them, often visibly through their bodies. Where to start with evil? Evil starts in the home, usually with corporal or verbal punishment on the part of mothers. By speaking out against child abuse, you deliver your conscience from evil and the real bad people in this world who prey upon the innocent, for whatever ends.

Back to being overweight: corruption often occurs through apathy. We experience apathy (apathy toward exercising?) but the true nature of the experience is corruption. Our eyesight is turned away from the good in this life and suddenly we care less about our physical wellbeing. We are less connected with our bodies and more concerned with abstractions set forth by sophists.

Take a look around you and notice the heavy people. They are heavy with disillusionment and tolerance of evil. They will drag you down to their level and drown you in the world’s sea of sorrow.