What causes the Obesity?

In child being obese is the result of caloric imbalance (too few calories expended for the amount of calories consumed) and is mediated by genetics and health. The major reason in today's world is the Calorie Consumption where the changing environment allows large Portion and broadened food options with high in fat, sugar, calories, eating habits, and accessibility of pre-packaged foods, fast foods restaurants, and soft drinks. And inactivity in the body does not burn off the extra calories consumed. Also when you take in more calories than you burn off, you gain weight. How you eat, how active you are, and other things affect how your body uses calories and whether you gain weight.

As well as if your family members are obese, you may have inherited a tendency to gain weight. And your family also helps form you're eating and lifestyle habits,
which can lead to obesity.

Our busy lives make it harder to plan and cook healthy meals. For many of us, it's easier to reach for prepared foods, go eat out, or go to the drive-through. But these foods are often high in fat and calories. Portions are often too large. Work schedules, long commutes, and other commitments also cut into the time we have for physical activity.

How do you know if you are obese?

You can use a measurement called a body mass index, or BMI, to decide whether your weight is dangerous to your health. The BMI is a combination of your height and weight. If you have a BMI of 30 or higher, your extra weight is putting your health in danger. If you are Asian, your health may be at risk with a BMI of 27.5 or higher.

Where you carry your body fat may be as important as how many extra pounds you have. People, who carry to much fat around the middle, rather then around hips, are more likely to have health problems. In women, a waist size of 35in or more raises the chance for disease. In men, a wasit size of 40in or more raises the chance for disease. In Asian people, health problems are seen with a smaller waist size. In Asian women, a waist size of 32in or more raises the chance for disease. In Asian men, a waist size of 36in or more raises the chance for disease.

There is no quick fix to being overweight but you can manage Obesity?

Step 1 - To lose weight, you must burn more calories then you take in. You should try dieting.

Step 2 - Focus on lifestyle changes that will improve your health and achieve the right balance of energy and calories. To lose weight, you need to burn more calories then you take in. You can do it by eating healthy foods in reasonable amounts and becoming more active. And you need to do it every day.

Step 3 - Start walking about 2 miles every day, use stairs instead of elevator, exercise regularly.

Step 4 - Get a personal trianer and a nutritionist to work towards a targeted weight loss.

Step 5 - Ask family members and friends for help in keeping with your plan, eat fruit and vegetables.

When you don't lose weight or stray from your plan, do not get upset. Figure out what got you off track and how you can fix it or Work with your doctor to create a plan for you.

Your physician may have additional tools available for you along with keeping healthy habits for the rest of your like.

A.) Vibration Plates to shake of belly weight. If used properly, vibration place machines may help overweight or obese people trim their belly fat..... participants weight, deep belly fat was measured by abdominal CT scans.

B.) Use over-the-counter diet aids: Thewe are many weight-loss produsts for sale without a prescription (over the counter)... dieting may be harder on the body than just being overweight.

C.) Prescription Weight Loss Drugs: Your physician can discuss the pros and cons of prescription weight loss drugs.

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