Why You Can’t Be Too Thin
Have you ever heard of the phrase “You can’t be too thin.” This statement has been used in our society for centuries. We have all heard it, but what does it really mean? Does it really mean that we should not strive to be thin? Or does it mean that if we are thin then we will be healthy and live longer lives?
Well, let’s take a look at some of the facts about being thin and living longer. First, we need to understand that being thin does not mean that you are healthy. Being skinny does not make you healthy. It only means that you are thinner than most people. But this is not good enough. You need to find out why people become thin and stay thin.
When people start to become thin they usually do so because they have a disease or disorder that causes them to lose weight. If they were healthy then they would not have any reason to lose weight. They could eat anything they wanted and never gain an ounce. So, if you are thin then you are probably suffering from a disease. The next question you need to ask yourself is “How long will I live with this disease?”
If you are suffering from a disease that causes you to lose weight then you will probably die sooner than someone who is not thin. Why? Because you will be sicker. You will probably be unable to function properly because your body will not be able to cope with the disease. When you are thin you are more likely to catch every cold, flu, and other diseases. When you are thin you will also be more prone to getting infections and will have trouble healing from injuries.
So, the bottom line is that you cannot be too thin. You need to find out the cause of your thinness and learn how to get rid of it. You also need to know why being thin makes you sick. Then you can take steps to correct your situation.