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Obesity and Weight Management

Obesity is defined as having an excessive amount of body fat. It's not the same as being obese, which means weighing too much. Muscle, bone, fat, and/or bodily fluids can all contribute to weight gain. Both words indicate that a person's weight exceeds the recommended weight for his or her height. Obesity typically develops when you consume more calories than you expend. For each person, the balance of calories in and calories out is different. Your genetic makeup, overeating, eating high-fat foods, and not being physically active are all factors that may affect your weight. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke, arthritis, and several malignancies are all linked to obesity. If you're obese, decreasing just 5 to 10% of your body weight will help you delay or prevent some of these conditions.

Weight management is the process of making long-term lifestyle changes to maintain a healthy body weight based on an individual's age, gender, and height. Eating a nutritious diet and increased physical activity are two weight-loss strategies. The key to optimal health is a lifestyle that combines prudent nutrition with regular physical activity. Keep track of one's weight and waist circumference, and take action if either rises. If a person's BMI is greater than 25, at the very least, they should attempt to avoid gaining any more weight. If your waist measurement grows as you get older or older, you're definitely accumulating fat and losing muscle.

  • Childhood Obesity
  • Obesity - Complications and Diagnosis
  • Morbid Obesity
  • Obesity Research
  • Obesity Management
  • Obese Lifestyle
  • Nutritional Aspects

Committee Members
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Dipak P Ramji

Dipak P Ramji

Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Abd El Aziz Mousa Nour

Abd El Aziz Mousa Nour

Alexandria University, Egypt
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Angelo Michele Carella

Angelo Michele Carella

T. Masselli-Mascia Hospital, Italy
Nutrition 2024 Speakers
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Jeffrey Anshel

Jeffrey Anshel

Corporate Vision Consulting, United States
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Yasin Ozdemir

Yasin Ozdemir

Ataturk Horticultural Central Research Institute, Turkey
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Jan Olof Drangert

Jan Olof Drangert

Linkoping University, Sweden
Speaker at Nutrition Research Conference 2024 - Ruby Natale

Ruby Natale

University of Miami School of Medicine, United States

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