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The Dad Bod

This new phenomenon in physique acceptance is really unhealthy
The Dad Bod can actually limit a Dad's ability to see their child to adulthood

Four years ago, I was about 250 lbs and you couldn’t tell. Hell, I won many amusement park “Guess My Weight “ prizes as a result. But that all changed with the birth of my daughter. My wife, who wasn’t a heavy eater, began devouring cereal and ramen all day and all night (literally ALL night) shortly after her second trimester. And so did I. Whatever she ate, I ate. Whatever she didn’t finish. I ate. She gained SIX pounds during the pregnancy. I easily gained 20. My daughter is almost four now, and I didn’t show the same commitment to losing that weight, that I did gaining it. So I’ve added even more. Recently, with the “acceptance” of the Dad Bod, I started looking at myself and realizing I didn’t like it. Then I read about the health effects and really decided that I needed to get better.

  • More Waist = more death

    Each 2-inch increase in waist circumference was associated with close to a 17% increase in mortality in men and a 13% increase in women.

  • The bigger the belly the bigger the risk

    Heart disease and diabetes risks increases by almost double with more belly fat

  • its all in your waist

    More than 54 percent of Americans are abdominally obese when measured by their waist size

  • size matters

    For every 35 pounds a man loses, they regain 1 inch of penis length

I'm just a dad that wants to be a healthy and active participant in his daughter's life as she grows into adulthood.

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