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What Are the causes of obesity?

A: The causes of obesity are numerous and it’s mistaken to assume that carrying unhealthy amount of excess body weight is the result of one or two factors at most. What results in obesity, which can be defined as 20% or greater weight than normal weight or a body mass index higher than 30, is complex, requiring individual attention to each person. Some of the things considered causes of obesity include genetics, medications, certain illnesses, certain chemical imbalances, and clearly some forms of...


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What Are the Different Types of obesity treatment?

A: obesity is a problem that involves a person being significantly overweight. There are numerous causes of this condition. There are also numerous obesity treatment options. Some non-surgical treatment options include low calorie diets, physical activity, and diet pills. Surgical options can include procedures such as gastric bypass and biliopancreatic diversion with a duodenal switch. The first obesity treatment options that are generally recommended are those that involve lifestyle changes. When people who are obese seek to lose weight, they are usually encouraged to first change their eating...


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treatment of obesity.

A: obesity is one of the most common conditions around today. While eating healthy in order to provide our bodies with the required amounts of calorie content and fat to burn during periods of physical activity is of prime importance, overdoing the quantity of food that you consume will add to obesity. Moreover, the fact that today’s world is so high – paced, it is highly likely that an individual would rather get a fast food meal to save on time, rather than wait half an hour or so to have a nutritious meal prepared or served. Any food consumed will be turned into energy; as a result, any excess amounts

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What Are the Different Types of obesity?

A: There are several standardized types of obesity that have been classified by the World Health Organization (WHO). The types of obesity range from class I to class III, but have since been subdivided by other organizations into categories such as “mild obesity” and “super obesity” to provide a frame of reference. Since the WHO’s standards do not extend to these broken down categories, the exact body mass index (BMI) qualifications for each category may vary by as much as five points depending on the source. They can still, however, provide useful insight into the severity

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What are some alternative treatments for arthritis?

A: Hi gloop05, Drinking just one ounce, or two tablespoons, of tart concentrated cherry juice every day can help alleviate arthritis pain. That''s because tart cherries, specifically Montmorency tart cherries, contain anthocyanins and two important antioxidants: isoqueritrin and queritrin. Anthocyanins create cherries'' dark red pigment. Arthritis inflammation and pain is caused by the hormone prostaglandin; it is directly related to two enzymes that cause tissue inflammation and the resulting pain. Anthocyanins inhibit those two enzymes, decreasing inflammation and joint pain. Remarkably, the pain-inhibiting strength is comparable to Ibuprofen and Naproxen. And laboratory tests at Michigan State University find that tart cherry compounds are...


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What Are the Possible causes of an Enlarged Bladder?

A: An enlarged bladder is a rather common medical condition that can have a variety of causes. In some cases, the patient is born with a bladder that is enlarged or a medical condition that increases the chances of developing an enlarged bladder later in life. Diabetes and obesity have been linked to the enlargement of the bladder. Structural problems such as a urinary blockage or abnormal bladder contractions can also cause the bladder to become enlarged. Any questions or concerns about an enlarged bladder or individualized treatment options should be discussed with a doctor or other medical professional.. Although...


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What Are the causes of Increased Insulin Sensitivity?

A: Increased insulin sensitivity, also referred to as insulin resistance, is a complex disorder that can have a variety of causes. obesity and poor eating habits are believed to be the most common causes of this disorder. Pregnancy, stress, and the use of some medications may also lead to increased insulin sensitivity in some people. Severe illness, infection, or a medical condition known as metabolic syndrome are also thought to contribute to the development of insulin resistance. Any questions or concerns about increased insulin sensitivity on an individual basis should be discussed with a doctor or other medical pr

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An alternative treatment for arthritis?

A: This is going to sound crazy, but someone I know uses horse liniment and kneads bread. She says that her arthritis gets really bad if she doesn''t work her hands. I had severe hip and neck pain. Medical diagnosis was arthritis. I stopped eating all wheat and gluten products, and in 2 weeks I was almost pain free. that was 10 years ago, now only have minor pain if I accidently eat something containing wheat...Soy sauce was the last culprit. It''s an easy and cheap way to test it...2 weeks...no wheat products or any thing containing wheat...and see if that helps. I think you''ll see a big improvement. Sylvia Browne (via newsletter) recommended 1.5 *grams* of Niacinamide (Vitamin World has it) per day, with Calcium. It seems to be enough for...


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Is It True That The Main Cause of Diabetes Is Eating Too Much Sugar?

A: yes yes that''s what i''ve hered. because what happends is your body can no longer change food into energy because that organ is blown out Yes Limit your sugar take. Starch is the main contributor to diabetes. Yes, but not just sugar. Any refined carbohydrate, flour, alcohol, whiskey, beer, hi-fructose, etc. He needs to really cut down on the carbos, all carbos. He needs to eat more veggies and less fat. He should eat as if he has stage 2 diabetes. Go to a doctor and dietitian. People really ignore this and don''t really care until they reach a threshold for the disease. hmm...no...just eating alot of sweet stuff and sugar does not cause diabetes. my mom has diabetes and she hates too sweet things. but the general cause

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What are treatments for Fallen Arches?

A: Fallen arches result in the sole of the foot becoming flat. The entire sole of the foot will rest on the ground. Fallen arches can lead to other problems, such as pain in the ankles, knees and feet. Pain may also be felt in the legs due to fallen arches. There are a few treatments available to combat fallen arches. One of the most common treatments for fallen arches is to use arch inserts or supports. These can be placed into the sufferer’s shoes to support the fallen sole. The supports will be molded to the shape of the foot’s insole. They are designed to stabilize and realign the feet. Arch supports can also...


 
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