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Millions of people around the globe suffer from various eating disorders. While some eating disorders are commonly addressed by health and fitness experts, there are those that fall under the bizarre category. A recent study revealed that most eating disorders are life-threatening so if you think you suffer from one, get help immediately. Here are 5 of the most bizarre eating disorders to date.
Published by toiken 71 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +1 votes | 0 comments
In the article, I describe why America has a trend of increasing obesity and how genes play a role in this problem. There is also discussion about ways to prevent obesity and monitor family history though pedigrees. Furthermore, there is information on current research and how it may impact society in the future. Obesity is caused by genetic as well as environmental factors and understanding these concepts will be important for prevention and try to eradicate this problem in first world countrie...
Published by Joshua Kan 72 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +1 votes | 0 comments
Is it unhealthy to be a little bit overweight or underweight? How heavy or skinny do you have to be before it starts being a real problem? How can you lose those troublesome extra pounds? In this article, I attempt to explain everything I know about the subject of being a little bit overweight, and what to do about it.
Published by Rowan Casey 72 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +8 votes | 1 comments
Healthier cafeteria foods fail to make the grade in th LA Unified School District.
Published by Jerry Walch 74 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +6 votes | 4 comments
Obese children is not their choosing. As parents, you must lead by example, remove any junk food in the house and promote healthy living as a family efforts to keep away children obesity.
Published by Yvonne Liew 74 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +0 votes | 1 comments
Obesity is one of the many side-effects of modern lifestyle. It is the root cause of many ailments. Obesity's causative factors are diverse e.g. laziness, fried and fatty foods, excessive sleeping, limited mental work etc. There are many ways of controlling weight gain. Home remedies are one such option. Most materials required for it can be found right in one's own kitchen. We can bid goodbye to obesity by utilizing these and by making some changes in our lifestyle.
Published by Shree Infosolution 231 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +0 votes | 0 comments
Weight gain is an epidemic with many contributing factors.
Published by Matthew Harms 80 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +1 votes | 1 comments
Therefore obese men have to be cautious about their diet and health thus limiting the dietary options available to men suffering from this condition. A significant reduction following the intake of saturated fats, processed carbohydrates and all junk food is important. However, they may eat lean meat, chicken, fish, beneficial fats, low carbohydrate vegetables and low carbohydrate fruits such as berries.
Published by Jhoenna Marie Pasag 231 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +0 votes | 0 comments
preschooler's risk of obesity jumps 6% for every hour... ...brand recognition is strong even from the age of three...
Published by Sarah Frejborg 83 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +4 votes | 2 comments
From the Christian frame of reference, food addictions, which lead to obesity, are probably one of the most common addictions among churchgoers. With “Dinners on the Ground” and “Fellowship Suppers” we wonder how we are supposed to stay in control. Well first, we are not.
Published by Kimberly Hartfield 85 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +0 votes | 3 comments
Rising incidence of teenage obesity has been a cause of concern in the western world. Here are some simple tips to manage obesity in teenagers
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 85 months ago in Obesity & Health Risks | +7 votes | 6 comments