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Smoking pot will not make you thin; however, many thin people smoke pot | The NORML Stash Blog

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7 responses to “Smoking pot will not make you thin; however, many thin people smoke pot”

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  2. Gabriel

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  3. Emily

    Correlation =/= Causation. Could it be merely a coincidence?

  4. dnL

    I know smoking pot won’t make me thin but I like to do a lot of athletic activities after smoking pot; which may partly explain why, despite my terrible diet, I’m not obese. For example, I’m probably one of those few who loves to go running while stoned out of their gourds. It’s something I’ve been doing since college. Give me a pair of running shoes, a cool playlist on the iPod, and some kine bud, and I’ll clear a cool 8 or 9 miles happily.

  5. TLC

    I know many readers here are not thrilled with comments about God, but maybe if we use the things God gave us instead of manufactured items, the body just functions more efficiently.

  6. Paul Armentano

    Like most correlations, the link is likely socio-economic. People of greater socio-economic status are more likely to have better diets (better access to healthier food, more likely to afford healthier food, more educated regarding healthy diets, etc) and engage in greater physical activity. Persons of greater socio-economic status are also more likely to be able to afford and use cannabis.

  7. AL

    I definitely agree with the part about regular tokers drinking less beer. When I was in the Navy and not allowed to smoke canabis I drank regularly and it showed in my waist line, even though I worked out at least 3-4 times a week. Once I got out and was able to toke again I stopped drinking so much and started loosing weight even though I wasn’t nearly as physically active as I was when I was in the Navy.

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