Obesity is usually caused by eating too much and moving too little. If you consume high amounts of energy, especially fats and sugars, but do not burn off the energy through exercise and physical activity.
Obesity is a complex disease that occurs when an individual's weight is higher than what is considered healthy for his or her height. Obesity affects children as well as adults.
Being overweight or obese can have a serious impact on health. Carrying extra fat leads to serious health consequences such as cardiovascular disease (mainly heart disease and stroke).
For persons with severe obesity (BMI ≥40), life expectancy is reduced by as much as 20 years in men and by about 5 years in women.
People ages 60 and older are more likely to be obese than younger adults, according to the most recent data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. And the problem also affects children.
Generally, obesity is caused by eating too much and not moving enough. A large portion of the excess energy you consume, especially fats and sugars, will be stored as fat by your body if you do not burn off the excess energy through exercise.
The consumption of healthier foods and beverages (whole grains, fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and protein sources). Increasing physical activity and limiting unhealthy foods (refined grains and sweets, potatoes, red meat, processed meat). Limiting television time, screen time, and other “sit time”
The best way to treat obesity is to eat a healthy, reduced-calorie diet and exercise regularly. To do this you should: eat a balanced, calorie-controlled diet as recommended by your GP or weight loss management health professional (such as a dietitian) join a local weight loss group.
Obesity is a complex disease that occurs when an individual's weight is higher than what is considered healthy for his or her height. Obesity affects children as well as adults. Many factors can contribute to excess weight gain including eating patterns, physical activity levels, and sleep routines.
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