Ever wash your own clothes, either at home in a machine or at the laundromat? What happens when you overload the machine? Your clothes don’t get as clean, because they’re packed in too tightly not allowing for the freedom of movement required for the water and detergent to reach every fiber.
Many fat people are malnourished, believe it or not. They stuff their guts so full that the enzymes needed to digest the food, cannot possibly work as efficiently as when a smaller portion is put in the stomach, allowing not only for better digestion, but greater utilization of the vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
When you over-pack your stomach you produce the same effect as when you pack too many clothes into your washing machine.
Ever see a tracker trailer going uphill with a full load compared to a lighter load? A truck with a full load will crawl up the hill, stressing the engine, and then speed down it by the sheer weight of it. A lighter load climbs and descends the hill with greater ease, proving that the more weight you carry around, the more difficult it’s going to be to move and the greater stress it puts on all your body parts.
The straw that broke the camels back. People overloading a camel with bundles and boxes of goods for sale; it’s based on the same principle. Overload anything and it won’t operate efficiently. There’s a law of nature somewhere in there that humans seem to resist. One more chicken leg, or piece of pie or milkshake or box of canned goods won’t harm. But it does.
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