One of the problems with obesity has to be a problem with metabolic functions. Is it possible that people with obesity problems have such a metabolism that they do not process food in the normal way? Does a person who weighs more than 300 pounds always eat too much and do too little. The gyms are full of people who want to lose weight and sweat it out only to find they can't make any strides towards the elusive weight loss.
What are the most dangerous issues related to morbid obesity? How dangerous is the condition and how serious are the medical problems related to the disease? Morbid obesity is a condition that describes an individual who has a BMI of 40 or above or one that is carrying more than 100 pounds of excess weight.
Many statistical reports show that a growing number of American kids are obese, but how do you know for sure whether your children are obese or not? Do you think that these researchers just make up some random numbers and throw them at you to get your attention? As professional researchers, before releasing such reports, they should have some well-defined criteria to determine who should be categorized as obese. In this report, I am going to show you how to determine if your children have childhood obesity problems.
One main reason being that lower socio-economic groups have other priorities than healthy living. The healthier, low-fat versions of food is generally cost more. Also, time wise, people in the lower socio-economic group do shift work or some may even have more than one regular day jobs. Although a CEO may be busy but he can often manage his own time towards his advantage to live in a healthy manner.
In the south hemisphere, to help curb the obesity epidemic which has left Australian children heavier than ever, Australia government has drafted new guidelines to prevent children aged two to five from watching television more than an hour a day.
Could it be that there is a mysterious sequence printed into genetic code that makes one person extremely fat but not the other. Is obesity really hereditary so therefore it is unavoidable? More importantly, if it's unavoidable, is there a cure for it?Medical condition in which body fat is amassed in excessively abnormal fashion is called obesity. This medical condition is not to be confused with person being just over weight, because in this case body fat build-up is taken to the extreme extent. That extreme that it becomes life threatening. Mainstream medicine essentially for such a condition blames gene factor.