What is obesity?
Obesity is overweight for the accumulation of the excess body fat. The BMI can be measured by body mass equation, which is equal to the weight in kilograms divided by length in meters squared.
Which means if you're 163 centimetres tall and your weight is 70 kg, your body mass will be 27.
Weight is rated by BMI as follows:
*Slim: Less than 18 "BMI"
*Ideal weight: 18.5 to 24.9
*Overweight: 25 to 29.9
*First class obese: 30 to 34.9
*Second degree obese: 35 to 39.9
*Dangerous obese: above 40
Obesity may be hereditary, but this is a percentage depends especially on habits, quantities and types of food. Being fat has many reasons including unhealthy eating, bad habits that prevent fat burning, an unhealthy routine full of stress, lack of sleep and stress. All of the above is similar to eating food that increases obesity and excess weight.
Unfortunately, most mothers believe that eating huge amount food is healthy for their children. This causes children to become obese from a young age, which means that the number of fat cells increases. Therefore, when children grow up, they have difficulty getting rid of the excess weight and this is required to be very committed to a healthy regimen with continuous exercise all the time. Because in this way the size of fat cells is reduced but their number remains the same.
If there is any malfunction in the food regimen, the fat cells return to dilation and then the return of obesity.
There are also mothers who have misconceptions about proper nutrition, unfortunately there are also many who have these beliefs that include eating too much is healthy of any type of eating.
The rich classes of society also rely on fast-prepared food and unhealthy meals and are frequently eaten by this class.
In contrast, the very poor classes who suffer from hunger and fasting for long periods suffer from health malnutrition.
*Tension and stress:
Working life these days can cause some stress, which causes a lot of:
- Indigestion and absorption of beneficial nutrients.
- Overcome stress by eating "especially carbohydrates " without controlling the quantities or type of food.
*Lack of sleep:
Stay awake all the Night-time increases the body's sense of fatigue and fatigue, thus the body reacts by storage the food in form of fats to provide the energy needed in order to compensate the body and reduce fatigue. Night time increases hunger and excessive food.
How to avoid obesity?
Despite all of the above, obesity and overweight can be avoided by following proper nutrition, including vegetables, fruits and protein, with the carbohydrates required for energy. Besides to determine the amount of food that the body needs only with movement and exercise.