How should obesity be treated?
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Published by Greenhaven Press in Detroit .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Obesity -- Popular works

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementStefan Kiesbye, book editor.
GenrePopular works
SeriesAt issue
ContributionsKiesbye, Stefan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC628 .H69 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23202700M
ISBN 109780737744224, 9780737744231
LC Control Number2009013595

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Obesity is one of the most important reasons for reduced life expectancy within the “modern” world. The prevalence of overweight and obesity continues to increase both in developing and in developed countries. It is common in every age group, from pediatric to geriatric individuals, which serve as our future and heritage in the universe. It was clearly seen in reported studies around Author: Hülya Çakmur. The AMA acknowledging obesity as a disease will open the door for coverage of obesity and effective treatments, which is long overdue. While we still have much to learn, we have gained tremendous knowledge about the use of behavioral strategies, medications, and surgery to combat obesity. This volume brings together an array of leading experts to discuss the causes and consequences of obesity today and present a comprehensive framework for treatment. The Handbook provides readily applicable guid elines for assessing an individual's need for weight reduction and pla nning appropriate interventions, based on the most current theoretical and empirical work in the field.4/5(4). How Is Obesity Treated? Obesity is having a body mass index of at least Losing weight brings your BMI down, and you start getting health benefits sooner .

  The Obesity Code is a book written by Dr. Jason Fung, MD. It describes a diet program targeted at those who have a hard time losing weight, even when they follow a regular diet and exercise program. The author claims that each person has a specific fat-burning code in them, which needs to be cracked to lose weight efficiently/5(3). "Since so much has changed in our understanding of obesity and its treatment in adults and children in the past 15 years, this second edition comes at the perfect time. The book provides a comprehensive resource, with many more chapters than the first edition.5/5(1). Obesity Almost 1 in 3 American kids is considered overweight or obese, based on a measure of their age, height, and weight called body mass index (BMI). Genetics are linked to a . Obesity also puts people at risk of more serious health issues. Those issues are something the NHS would have to pay for, so it's better to treat people when they are starting to become at risk than ignore them and wait until they have a heart attack. I also believe there should be better access to cheap exercise resources, like cheap or free gyms.