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The Obesity Guide
Begin by asking yourself: Does any of this weigh in with you?
You are invited to a company family or friend‘s get together where everyone will be enjoying a cookout potluck or other meal venue to share. Throughout the week of the event talk at the water cooler on the phone via email etc. constantly seems to come back to this event: what to bring what to wear who will be there etc.
By now you‘re nervous about what to bring wear and eat in front of everyone. You‘re a "little" (or more) overweight and aren‘t quite like everyone else going. At least that‘s what you think...
You‘re apprehensive. Sweat pants are probably out of the question but nothing else is comfortable. Jeans are too tight your shoes don‘t shine any longer your shirt doesn‘t have all the buttons - -or won‘t button up over your belly ugh!
You‘re anxious. Forget about health foods like veggies and dip. Who likes green stuff? Where‘s the beef? What CAN you bring? What do you REALLY want to eat there?
You‘re stressed- - to the max - - by Friday afternoon. But what the heck. You don your favorite BIG shirt over your elastic pants and hit the road with loads of "healthy" foods; sweet rice cereal treats (coated in chocolate and layered in peanut better) veggies (with a rich breaded coating and deep fried) your favorite cola and head out.
You arrive & run cross these annoying gems at the event:
Lots of slim people are munching on eating carrots and celery. And there‘s some kind of green oozy-stuff on crackers and some kind of no-meat burgers. Everything is set up for "skinny" ninnies. You can‘t hardly squeeze past the food tables to get to the chairs. And forget about being comfortable. The chairs are tiny flimsy backless fabric stool-type things that might be great for little kids. But forget about larger adult rears.... People look at you - in surprise - because OK you admit your website photo was from your high school says decades ago and at least 50-pounds ago...and they‘re just now seeing you in-person first the first time or in years. Some even mention that gosh you‘re a "little" heftier now eh? (in a joking manner of course). Unfeeling pencil-thin guests who make you want to PUKE and who are obviously oblivious or unconcerned with those around them are openly discussing the latest "FAD" diets and exercise equipment on infomercials and wonder aloud why anyone can still be "FAT" today. The drunks at the party decide to become more obnoxious than usual and insult anyone there NOT ultra-thin.
Any number of the following happens:
You leave & stop along the way for your favorite candy bars and other assorted junk food.
You return home and binge in front of your favorite video TV program or DVD. You sulk get super depressed and change into your old favorite sweats with the holes in them and seams ripping out.
You worry about obesity & your thoughts and actions may become intertwined with those relating to Anorexia any number of the latest Dieting Fads Child Obesity issues Bulimia...
You decide to hide out for the rest of your life. No more parties or interactions with people any more. You think that life bites...
Well let‘s cut the crap. Obesity stops here.
If you‘ve had enough & you‘re looking for the latest helpful information about how to conquer obesity you‘ve come to the right place.
If you‘re tired of insults size / weight discrimination keeping a low profile not updating your photo album a lack of invitations a lack of accepting invitations clothes that aren‘t up to date and don‘t fit right... forge onward.
If you don‘t‘ want to spend the rest of your life hiding behind old photos and closed doors open the door to our latest information.
If you‘re looking for timely obesity solutions for today‘s fast-paced environment you‘ve scaled a winner! Now with no medical dietary or other experience necessary you can join the team of happy healthy successful winners who‘ve conquered obesity.
You can start by simply considering these facts...
Over 15 percent of children in the United States aged between 6 and 19 are obese. A man is obese if he has over 25 percent body fat; a woman is obese if she has over 30 percent. Obesity affects approximately 60 million people in the United States alone. Obesity increases the risk of high blood pressure Type II Diabetes heart disease mental health conditions and breast colon and prostate cancer.
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What‘s in it for me? Inside this research collection you will:
Learn Obesity facts Grasp an overview of Obesity Discover the relationship between Obesity and Eating Disorders Learn the science of Obesity in everyday layman‘s terms. Understand the role that Fats and Cholesterols play Understand your own weight Find out how to calculate and determine your own body‘s needs Get help with Childhood Obesity too. Great for friends co-workers neighbors grandchildren families of adult children etc. Discover the role of high-fat moderate-fat and low-fat popular fad diets Learn about surgical solutions for Obesity Find medical methods to aid in the fight against Obesity Nurture Natural Alternatives for fighting Obesity Feel what "hunger" is suppose to "feel" like and learn to distinguish this on a daily basis to determine when and how much to eat See if the Live-Food Diet strategy is for you Add exercise management to your skills Tone your muscles with easy weight training for both genders Establish specific concrete goals to alter your behaviors and conquer bad habits that lead to Obesity
And much much more... Table of Contents
Overview of Obesity Obesity and its Relationship to: Anorexia Bulimia and Other Special Eating Disorders The Science of Obesity: Fats & Cholesterol Childhood Obesity Popular Dietary Treatments Surgical & Medical Solutions Natural Alternatives Exercise Management Behavioral Changes
Overview of Obesity
Obesity is a disease that affects approximately 60 million people in the United States and women are especially affected. Over one-third of women between the ages of 20 and 74 are obese the majority of them being African American or Mexican American. With more and more pre-packaged food and less and less activity the number of obese people in America has steadily increased since the 1960‘s. But what is obesity? Many people think obesity means that a person is overweight but that‘s not exactly true. An overweight person has a surplus amount of weight that includes muscle bone fat and water. An obese person has a surplus of body fat. Most health professionals concur that a man is obese if he has over 25 percent body fat and a woman is obese if she has over 30 percent. Women physiologically have more body fat than men so that why there‘s a difference in percentage. It is difficult to determine the exact percentage of body fat a person has but estimates can be made in a number of ways. First using a tweezer-like tool called a caliper you can measure the thickness of skin folds on different points of your body and compare the results with standardized numbers. You can also use a small device that sends a harmless electrical current through your body and measures your body fat percentage. The most commonly used method to determine if a person is obese is to look at his/her Body Mass Index (BMI). A person with a BMI over 30 is considered to be obese and a BMI over 40 is considered to be severely obese. It‘s important to remember though that BMI could be misleading in pregnant or lactating women and in muscular individuals. With obesity comes the increased risk of diseases such as high blood pressure Type II Diabetes heart disease and breast colon and prostate cancer. In addition obesity has been linked to mental health conditions such as depression or feelings of shame and low self-esteem. Health experts say that even losing 10 to 15 percent of your body weight can dramatically decrease the risk of developing these serious conditions. In addition many obese people are discriminated against and targets of insults and other verbal abuse. A number of factors such as poor diet lack of physical activity genetics and certain medical disorders cause obesity but it can be conquered. This information is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read.
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