[/caption]Should Fat People Reproduce? Not according to Dr. Michael Applebaum aka "The Fitness Doc". Listen as I talk with Dr. Applebaum, on Across America, about his take on nutritional abuse and how it is the worst form of child abuse and how violators of this Wyoming law should be persecuted. Is he balanced or overboard? We'll let you decide as you click past the jump and listen to the interview! Enjoy!

About Dr. Michael Applebaum:

Michael Applebaum, MD, JD, FCLM is a medical doctor and a lawyer.

He has earned seven separate fitness certifications, more than any other medical doctor.

Following a partially successful open-heart surgery, he was unhappy with the cardiac rehab program prescribed by his physicians.

So he developed his own.

His results were so striking that strangers approached him asking for help.

Among their requests was help in losing weight.

Since simple weight loss is the easiest part of any fitness program and people overwhelmingly fail, Dr. Applebaum investigated the diet recommendations of the experts.

His conclusion is that the diet experts, including doctors, diet gurus, the government and the pharmaceutical industry, have been misleading us with bad weight loss advice based on a simple mistake.

The consequences of their bad advice are: impossible to follow diets, unnecessary surgeries, needless drugging, decreased participation in life, greater weight gain, suffering, illness and death from continuing overweight and obesity.

Dr. Applebaum is the author of four fitness books: Why Diets Fail: The Simple Mistake That Ruins Millions Of Lives, MASSematics tm: How To Get Rich By Not Dieting, The FitnessMed tm Guide To Healthy Eating and Be Your Own Personal Trainer ("BYOPT tm").

His books are available at www.FitnessMed.com

These groups/institutions advocate for fat people not having kids:

The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)
American Dietetic Association
American Society of Nutrition
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Massachusetts General Hospital
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
NICE - NICE says women with a body mass index of more than 30 should be encouraged to lose weight before they become pregnant.
Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle University – “What's key is that women should be helped to achieve a healthy weight before they become pregnant,” Ruth Bell, clinical senior lecturer.

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