America’s Fattest Woman & Obesity Debate: Dr Oz August 7 2012 Recap

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Dr Oz August 7 2012

Dr Oz August 7 2012 tackled the complex topic of obesity with a special in depth show devoted to this single topic. Dr Oz hosted a debate among obese women about their bodies and talked with expert Dr Keith Ablow about the psychological aspects of their weight issues. Here are the highlights from the controversial Dr Oz August 7 2012 show.

Dr Oz: Feederism Fetish & Food Addiction

Obesity Debate: Dr Oz August 7 2012 Recap

Dr Oz August 7 2012 featured an Obesity Debate and discussion with America's Fattest Woman.

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Dr Oz first met four women who are proud to be overweight. They talked about such outlets as the Feederism Fetish community, which provides lucrative opportunities to overweight women. Find out why these women are proud to be gaining weight and wish to keep getting bigger.

Dr Oz: World’s Fattest Woman, Feederism Fetish & Food Addiction

Morbidly Obese Women Debate Obesity Issues & Body Image

Dr Oz met four other women who are ashamed or embarrassed about the size of their bodies. The two sides faced off in a debate about the merits of being overweight and whether continuing to eat gives all obese people a bad reputation as lazy.

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Dr Oz: Morbidly Obese Women Debate Obesity Issues & Body Image

America’s Fattest Woman, Pauline Potter, Speaks About Obesity

Dr Oz’s next guest, Pauline Potter, was too large to travel to the show, but she wanted to make her voice heard on this topic. She said she hoped to use her title as America’s Fattest Woman to educate others about how obesity can limit your health and your lifestyle.

Dr Oz: America’s Fattest Woman, Pauline Potter, Speaks About Obesity

Dr Oz: Childhood Vs Adult Obesity & 1 Question To Ask Yourself

Dr Keith Ablow wanted to help women break through and get to the root of emotional pain that is often tied to addiction. He shared one question you can ask yourself to try to uncover the cause of your compulsive behavior. One woman found his question offensive, but others seemed to really connect with Dr Ablow’s methods.

Dr Oz: Childhood Vs Adult Obesity & 1 Question To Ask Yourself

3 Steps To Stop Obesity: Dr Oz’s Stop Obesity Plan

If you or someone in your life needs help taking control of their Obesity, there is hope. Find out the three steps Dr Oz said you can take today to begin changing your life for the better. These three keys are the beginning of a path to better health for obese people, and the women from this episode got a special opportunity to get started.

Dr Oz: 3 Steps To Stop Obesity | Dr Oz’s Stop Obesity Plan

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