An introduction to obesity!

Obesity and Weight Loss:What is the standard weight calculation method and formula? The Shape Building subjects is useful specific for shape building plan or project.According to the UN website, a recent report published in the Journal of Lancet declared that 2.3 billion people living on the planet earth are overweight. Obeisity is a common group of metabolic disorders. When the body eats more calories than it consumes, the excess calories are stored in the body in the form of fat, which exceeds the normal physiological requirement, and reaches a certain value, then obesity develops.

Introduction.
 
 ✵Obesity is a common group of metabolic disorders. When the body eats more calories than it consumes, the excess calories are stored in the body in the form of fat, which exceeds the normal physiological requirement, and reaches a certain value, then obesity develops.

What are metabolic diseases?
metabolic diseases 
 ✦Metabolism refers to the total procedures of many chemical changes in the body, is the foundation of human life activities, by metabolism organism and environment constantly exchange material and transformation, at the same time the body material and decomposition, utilization and updated constantly, maintain a constant internal environment provides the material and energy for the individual's survival, labor, growth, development, reproduction.

 The process of metabolism is very complex and is related to a variety of factors. Due to the influence of genetic and environmental factors, undernutrition and overnutrition as well as the abnormality of certain metabolic pathways, metabolic-related diseases are called metabolic diseases or metabolic-related diseases.

 Metabolic diseases affect a wide range of tissues and viscera throughout the body. Metabolic diseases also affect viscera and tissues throughout the body. Severe cases can lead to viscera dysfunction, such as heart, brain, kidney, and other important viscera diseases.

 ✧Common metabolic diseases: Obesity, diabetes, high uric acid and resulting gout, hyperlipidemia and the resulting arteriosclerotic cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. The main reason for the high incidence of metabolic diseases is a poor lifestyle, an environmental factor that includes a high-calorie diet and a lack of exercise leading to overnutrition.

An introduction to obesity!
Fat and Metabolism 
 ✦It's a common group of metabolic disorders. When the body eats food with more calories than it consumes, the excess calories are stored in the body in the form of fat, which exceeds the normal physiological requirement, and reaches a certain value, then obesity develops. Adult adipose tissue weight accounted for 15 to 18 percent of body weight in normal men and 20 to 25 percent in women. The proportion of body fat increases with age. The evaluation methods of obesity include anthropometry, dual-energy X-ray absorption, ultrasound, CT, infrared ray induction and so on. If there is no obvious cause, it is called simple obesity; if there is a clear cause, it is called secondary obesity.

How to test yourself for overweight:
BMI and Overweight 
 ✦One of the things the researchers looked at was BMI. BMI, or body mass index, is the world health organization's (WHO) approved measure of adult obesity. The formula is the weight (kg) divided by height (m) squared.
 Underweight: BMI less than 18.5kg/m2
 Normal body weight: BMI 18.5~23.9kg/m2
 Overweight: BMI 24~27.9kg/m2
 Obesity: BMI 28 kg/m2 or
 Mild obesity: BMI 28~30kg/m2
 Moderate obesity: BMI 30~35kg/m2
 Severe obesity: BMI ≥35kg/m2

World ranking of obese countries!
World ranking of obese countries 
 ✦New Zealand is the world's fattest country, followed by Switzerland and Iceland, according to a ranking of the world's fattest countries. Russia ranks fifth, with 25 percent obese of the population.

 ✧Experts also assessed the health of citizens, access to education and access to clean drinking water. According to the study, experts found that countries with a better economic base have lower levels of health among their citizens. Such countries include Britain, which has a high level of social development but lags far behind other countries in terms of citizens' health.

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