In her final video, Brittnay Sauer made an upsetting TikTok post.
The 31-year-old social media star, who was a defacto “body-positive” left-wing influencer, posted that she had “ruined her life” with food and binge eating.
She desperately hoped it wasn’t too late for her.
“I’m scared I’m going to end up in a bad place that my body can’t recover from,” she said to her half-a-million TikTok followers. “I want you to know it’s not worth it – food isn’t worth your life.”
Within a week of her final post, Brittany passed away.
Another TikTok star, Taylor LeJeune (Wafffler69) died of a “presumed heart attack” at age 33. LeJeune would often flaunt his weight and posted reviews of bizarre food. Well-known activist and professor of “fat studies,” Dr. Cat Pause, who argued that weight and health don’t correlate, passed away at 42.
She had said: “The science isn’t quite as clear cut as we’d like to believe and there’s not really quite a consensus yet about the relationship between weight and health.”
“Obese people, and even morbidly obese people, have just as good health or better health than someone in the normal weight range.” She died in March 2022 from causes which have not been made public.
Beginning in 2020, people like LeJuene were told their lifestyle was ok.
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) January 4, 2021
Look, we aren’t trying to be judgy. We all have our battles.
“People are always going to be different shapes and sizes,” obesity researcher Sarah Le Brocq told the Daily Mail. “That’s OK, and we need to be more accepting of that, but you must be mindful of the health implications.”
“What we know is the more body fat you have, the more likely it is your body will be in an inflamed state. This means you might become insulin resistant and develop diabetes or end up with heart problems,” she said. “Not everyone will, but the more fat you have the more likely it is.”
She adds: “What we can’t do is be delusional about that. If you have a high BMI and you’re not eating well, moving much or looking after yourself, it’s only a matter of time before that becomes a problem for your health and you start getting aching knees, high blood pressure or sleep apnoea – and that’s just the start.”
The mantra of this extreme position is now claiming the lives of people who bought in. Matter of fact, the UK’s major Branded Health At Every Size group has dissolved due to a “spat of deaths.”
Tiktoker says she hopes Republicans and their loved ones get diabetes out of nowhere and are traumatized from it.
She seems normal and stable… pic.twitter.com/YXO6rRMKk9
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) December 19, 2023