GQ called up TimTheTatman, who’s currently streaming lots of Call of Duty: Warzone, to talk about working from home without losing your mind (relatable!), and how he feels healthier than ever after an on-again, off-again weight-loss journey.- Read more about Tim’s fasting and how he has started to focus on his health @ GQ
Keep the Wolves Away.
On that note, Medical researchers have been sounding the Alarm about Americans gaining Weight during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Gamers spend more time in front of the screen and don’t get enough exercise and are more at risk.
@terrycrews question. do you eat pizza with your intermittent fasting?
— timthetatman (@timthetatman) May 11, 2018
— Candice (@DeCarm0) April 27, 2020
According to WebMD via The Lancet research.
For those who already struggled with obesity, gaining weight during the COVID-19 pandemic adds more risk. “Early on, we noticed that all of our patients who were immediately intubated at our institution and others had BMIs over 35,” says Caroline Apovian, MD, director of the Nutrition and Weight Management Center at Boston Medical Center. “And they were younger.” Preliminary research published in The Lancet has also found this connection.
Moral of the story, Don’t forget about your health.
Just wanna say that the coronavirus is especially bad if you’re fat or really skinny. This is a time more than ever to try to eat a bit healthier and lose some weight or gain some if you’re under weight.
— remembertheoath (@remebertheoath) April 14, 2020
Also translated as Life and Fat, taking in the epic sweep of weight gain during coronavirus
— Nathan Hodge (@nohodge) April 9, 2020