Frequently asked questions about obesity-1
It is an increase in body weight than the normal limit due to the accumulation of fat in it
As a result of the imbalance between the energy intake from food, and the energy consumed in the body
This is a common mistake
A proper and healthy reduction is to reduce the percentage of fat in the body
It means more calories burned
Overweight is a BMI between 25-30, obesity is a BMI over 30
Divide the weight in kilograms by the square of the height in metres
Body area and body mass increase with height
It is the sum of height, age and gender (male or female)
By will + a well-thought-out diet program + continuous exercise.
gh blood pressure, and atherosclerosis, and sexual desire begins to decrease in these people
Completely changing the way you eat and exercise
It is the sum of a balance between energy derived from eating and energy spent in movement
Studies show that 80% of obese children will remain this way into their youth, as do children of obese parents.
This is an incorrect concept, as obesity affects children psychologically, healthily and mentally