Safe weight loss and the battle against obesity

The UK is now harbouring more obese people than ever before.  Childhood obesity can indicate weight-related problems later in life and adult obesity costing the NHS billions, putting pressure on resources more difficult to secure than in any period in its history. Avoiding piling in the pounds in the first place is the healthiest way […]

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Obesity fight begins in nurseries

New guidance, backed by the Government, is encouraging nurseries to give children healthier meals like chickpea curry in order to stop toddlers getting overweight. The School Food Trust published new menu suggestions for ages between 1 and 5 years old, which will ensure that there are sufficient nutrients for children in daycare, with reduced salt […]

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Obesity and cancer

Obesity has been revealed as one of the biggest causers of cancer in new research produced by Cancer Research UK. Smoking is currently believed to be the largest single contributing factor in cases of cancer, amounting to around 23% of male sufferers and in 15.6% in females. Being overweight has been found to be a […]

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Diabetes and Obesity Sequences

Many diseases of civilization are directly related to obesity. In the other context, a statistical, but the mechanism of action is unknown.  Increased internal abdominal fat causes inflammation, diabetes, heart attack and cancer.  Overweight and obese people are high risk for the development of cardiovascular diseases. Obesity increases the risk for hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes […]

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Obesity and tooth decay

Obesity is now running rampant in British society, with this epidemic of being overweight comes a very wide range of health problems which most people are aware of such as diabetes, various cancers, joint problems and of course heart disease. But many people are not aware of is that there is strong evidence from the […]

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