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Is Our Toxic Soup Environment A Cause For Obesity Is It Making Us Fatter
Depends on what...: Your "toxic soup" is defined as. If the environment is toxic because of processed foods, sedentary lifestyles and supersized portions/all you can eat-costco sized mentality...Yes! if you are referring to our industrialized polluted environment-maybe. When was the last time you: rode a bike to work? Parked far away to walk to your destination? Ate 5 servings of veggies, fruits and roots? ...Read more
The definition started with Louis Israel Dublin, chief statistician of the Metropolitan life insurance company, in the early 1940s, as a BMI >25 (definitely >30) for people in their 20's based on retrospective observational life insurance data of the age at which people died later in life. This was subsequently adopted by the medical disease industry. However, BMI is ...Read more
Unclear: Obesity runs with many illnesses related to a sedentary, overindulgent lifestyle (hypertension, atherosclerosis, liver damage, diabetes), yet japan's sumo wrestlers, who are obese but are elite exercises clearly suffer no adverse effects. Bashing 'obesity' as a 'killer' is good politics but the truth may be deeper -- a marker for other risky life choices. ...Read more
Mild hepatomegaly i was just recently diagnosed with mild hepatomegaly due to obesity and i would like to inquire about alcohol. I was wondering if i drank alcohol if this would cause my mild condition to progress into a state that is irreversible? I foun
Any : Any condition involving the liver is potentially made worse by drinking alcohol. Your hepatomegaly may be due to fatty infiltration, and this may sound benign, but if it has altered your liver tests, it's a sign that things need to change. It sounds like you're working on that--good for you. But keep in mind that alcohol, in addition to being bad for the liver, is high in calories and therefore also bad for your diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What will be done 4 a fatty liver? Don't drink or obese my emzymes r high but r going down slowly caused by meds. No gallstones or hep etc
Depends on cause: While obesity is the most common cause of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (nafld), there are other causes, including poorly controlled diabetes, drug toxicity, weight loss surgery and toxins. In your case, since you refer to this being caused by some medication, the best thing to do is to remove the offending agent, meanwhile avoid fatty foods and avoid alcohol until you are cleared by your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Overfeeding/ diet: The contributors to infant obesity are diverse.Assuming a babies sucking behavior means hunger rather than self comfort.Teaching baby to eat rather than fuss(invalidating their feelings & training them to be hungry instead)equating feeding with loving.Rewards based on high calorie foods. Families with patterns of overnutrition who fail to recognize it for infants.Etc.Etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many: Simple answer, too many calories. Long answer, complex disease process, with many alterations in hormones and neurotrasmitters, genetic component, behavioral component, vicious cycle with other comorbid conditions, ex, it can make sleep apnea worse, having sleep apnea often causes weight gain. Usual answer from health professionals, eat right and exercise is often not satisfying with good reason. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mo food, less active: First wt (lb) x 10 = calories used 4000 calories net in or out is a pound gained/lost. In fat folk, our normal hormonal regulation of appetities is broke/gone and never coming back. We eat on the basis of triggers (sloth, wrath, pride/habit, etc) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1775472781/1708440999?token=378a5145 details this and gives ways to overcome it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
THE Cause...: Obesity is a major global problem and contributes to numerous other chronic health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, hypertension, and cancer. Obesity for many is due to the combination of poor food choices/excess calories (mostly carbs) and a sedentary lifestyle. Here is a fact sheet on obesity: http://bit.Ly/lp2qiw. ...Read more
What do the rolls of fat on my sides mean? I have about three rolls on each side. I am obese...are they just fat deposits?
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