Fitness Pro Says Blame Rest Squarely on the Individual not
By: Geovanni Derice, CPT, BS
With the word out that McDonald's is looking to help its self image they are
adding nutrition facts on their food wrappers to help fight obesity. Fitness Pro
believes the blame for obesity lies on the people and not McDonald's. And
explains briefly what can be done to solve this.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB)
November 2, 2005 -- The display of nutrition information at Mcdonald’s is not
the reason for the rise in obesity in America. In fact, Mcdonald’s is often the
scapegoat to the real reason for the increase in obesity. Fitness Professional
Geovanni Derice disagrees with beliefs that the display of nutrition information
will have a dramatic effect on the choices people make at Mcdonald’s.
“Many Americans blame Mcdonald’s for their struggles with obesity; the true
reason though for obesity is because of the lifestyles and lack of commitments
by Americans to commit to their own well being.” Derice was quoted as saying.
“I’m amazed at how we are quick to blame others for our own downfalls. I’m
personally committed to helping those who want to help free themselves from
their past lifestyle and finally kiss obesity goodbye.”
Smarter food choices, increase physical activities, planning outdoor trips are
many ways to fight this problem. Americans must first understand how their
lifestyles contribute to their health and find the right solution to fight the
problem. Only then will they finally realize the issue of obesity begins and
ends with them.
Geovanni Derice is the founder of 4everToned, which is a home
based personal training business in Brooklyn, New York. During
his stint as a certified personal trainer, Derice has helped
many frustrated men and women achieve bodies they only dreamed
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