Are You At Risk For Obesity Related Disease?

Are You At Risk for Obesity Related Disease?

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Obesity has now been officially been recognized by the American Medical Association as a disease.Obesity increases your risk for certain diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, certain cancers, gallbladder disease and sleep apnea.

The BMI (Body Mass Index)measurement is used to indicate a normal or abnormal body weight as well as those at high risk for developing obesity related diseases.

If your BMI is in the obese range (or the overweight range with at least one risk factor for cardiovascular disease) then you should consider weight reduction to improve your overall health and risk of obesity related diseases. Let us teach you how.

 

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