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Studies had found that hormonal changes in malnourished people trigger the bone marrow’s mesenchymal stem cells to turn into fat cells rather than bone-forming cells. That could explain why people with anorexia lose bone mass and sometimes develop osteoporosis, the researchers said.

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so that explains why africans kid are so fat =)

[quote]kaisermetal22 wrote:
so that explains why africans kid are so fat =)[/quote]

I think you had the wrong conclusion.

The “african kids” would have weak bones, but they would still be malnourished, a thus, skinny.

they just need to squat more.

[quote]TheBigV wrote:
Studies had found that hormonal changes in malnourished people trigger the bone marrow’s mesenchymal stem cells to turn into fat cells rather than bone-forming cells. That could explain why people with anorexia lose bone mass and sometimes develop osteoporosis, the researchers said.[/quote]

Find some random person on a New Jersey bus, tap them on the shoulder, repeat the above paragraph and just walk away like nothing happened.

[quote]PimpBot5000 wrote:

[quote]TheBigV wrote:
Studies had found that hormonal changes in malnourished people trigger the bone marrow’s mesenchymal stem cells to turn into fat cells rather than bone-forming cells. That could explain why people with anorexia lose bone mass and sometimes develop osteoporosis, the researchers said.[/quote]

Find some random person on a New Jersey bus, tap them on the shoulder, repeat the above paragraph and just walk away like nothing happened.
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LOL!

HEY… why NJ?

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:
LOL!

HEY… why NJ?
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Just because it’s where the OP is from. Any major city would suffice though.

[quote]Iron Dwarf wrote:

[quote]PimpBot5000 wrote:

[quote]TheBigV wrote:
Studies had found that hormonal changes in malnourished people trigger the bone marrow’s mesenchymal stem cells to turn into fat cells rather than bone-forming cells. That could explain why people with anorexia lose bone mass and sometimes develop osteoporosis, the researchers said.[/quote]

Find some random person on a New Jersey bus, tap them on the shoulder, repeat the above paragraph and just walk away like nothing happened.

HEY… why NJ?
[/quote]

Because the Mesenchymal River is there.

[quote]PimpBot5000 wrote:

[quote]TheBigV wrote:
Studies had found that hormonal changes in malnourished people trigger the bone marrow’s mesenchymal stem cells to turn into fat cells rather than bone-forming cells. That could explain why people with anorexia lose bone mass and sometimes develop osteoporosis, the researchers said.[/quote]

Find some random person on a New Jersey bus, tap them on the shoulder, repeat the above paragraph and just walk away like nothing happened.
[/quote]

lol.

[quote]PimpBot5000 wrote:

[quote]TheBigV wrote:
Studies had found that hormonal changes in malnourished people trigger the bone marrow’s mesenchymal stem cells to turn into fat cells rather than bone-forming cells. That could explain why people with anorexia lose bone mass and sometimes develop osteoporosis, the researchers said.[/quote]

Find some random person on a New Jersey bus, tap them on the shoulder, repeat the above paragraph and just walk away like nothing happened.
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LMAO…fuck you!! my lips are dried as shit and I literary LOLed…now I’m bleeding making me the victor.