How does obesity lead to a shorter life expectancy?
I need to outline how obesity may lead to a shorter life expectancy, Ive looked all over google and it just tells me how many years obesity can take off, now how it can lead to it.
What many people don’t realize is that obesity is not necessarily a disease, but a symptom. And that it is a sign that there is something(s) that the person is doing wrong. Such as a poor diet, a lack of exercise, or a lack of sleep. So rather than looking at an obese person and saying, well here’s this diet pill, this drink, or this exercise regimen that you’ll have to take care of 6 days out of the week, we should look at them and say, well you’ve been fed lies your whole life to believe that everything can be solved with a pill, that your “whole wheat” bread is good for you, milk and meat are absolute, corn is God, aspartame is fine, fluoride in your water and mercury in your teeth are a necessity and are really minimalistic in toxicity, the FDA is your friend, and all these really smart looking doctors are just trying to help (no offense to doctors in general). Here’s some truth, eggs are good for you, eat omega 3 for God’s sake, but watch out for od’ing on fish because we’ve screwed over that environment, just because something says fat or sugar free, doesn’t mean that it’s good for you, or you can take it home and eat the whole ***damn thing in a day, exercise but watch those knees, instead of drinking a cup of milk every day try cheese or yogurt or almond milk, coconut oil is good for you, olive oil is good for you, vegetable oil is bad for you, margerine is bad for you and butter is good for you. There’s my rant, now I can go to sleep and be stress free for a week ahhhhh.
Anyway obesity can lead to shorter life expectancy because it is a sign that the person is doing something wrong, whether it be eating unhealthy, not exercising, or not getting enough sleep.
Edit* towards lola, you answered the question providing some great information and I thank you… But I feel that it should be said that just because someone is living longer, does not, by any means, mean that they are healthier. I don’t think humans were meant to get old, and then lose their minds, hips, knees, hearts, etc. That would be a cruel cruel thing upon God or Nature’s part. I think it’s rather that we should get old and then die in our sleep, but that’s not the case.
can anyone help me bout add maths form4 project?
question: Obesity can lead to various health problems such as diabetes,heart diseases & stroke. your school has decided to carry out an ‘Obesity Awareness Campaign’ with the aim to create awareness among students. u r required to obtain the heights n weights of 50 students.
a)tabulate ur data
b)construct frequency distribution table for the weights obtained using suitable class interval.
-represent ur data by using 3 different statistical graphs.
-find the mean,median,mode.which of the 3 is the best measure of central tendency to represent the data?explain.
c)calculate the standard deviantion of the weights by using 3 different method. [include 'entering raw data in a calculator' as a method]
d)what conclusion can you draw from the value of the standard deviation obtained in part c?
A) tabulate ur data by writing the values u obtained at the top
b) Frequency distribution table heaings “Score, tallly Frequency Cumulative Frequecy, x*f”
3 different statistical graphs are Frequency Distribution Histogram/Polygon and Cumulative Frequency Histogram/Polygon
Mean is the best because there are 50 students
c) Calculate SD as usual
d)look at the SD and decide
What body parts are affected by obesity?
I need the scientific names of the parts.
Ideally, I would like the names of the fats that get really large, etc… I know about the heart and kidneys and stuff, but I need the names of the fats that directly get really large due to obesity. The scientific names of the fat sections/tissues please. Thanks!
Not sure if fats can get bigger(other than longer chain length), fat cells and fat tissue can get larger.
Triacylglycerol is the scientific name of fats. Adipose tissue is the bodies fat storage site.
Just wiki those two and you should be able to find the info you want. Or wiki fat.
On re-reading the question: you legs will be affected; increased weight means increased pressure on joints. Skin will be affected; fat folds can get skin sores in their creases from friction. The whole body will be fed with less oxygenated blood as it has to work much harder to get through the circulatory system due to compressed and clogged vessels.
I need some good questions on obesity anyone got some ideas?
I’m doin a project on obesity and i need some help on some good qeustions to ask and to give answers to, could you guyz give me some help. IMPORTANT: THIS IS FOR A GRADE 5 LEVEL
Can eating fast foods make a person obese.
Could it be hereditary
Whats the psychological effects.
Why does being obese, shorten life expectancy.
How to tackle obesity.
What is the best way to stomp out obesity in our society?
I just answered a question about fat people and got a huge amount of thumbs down, so instead of insulting and berating, i truly want to know how can we help obese folks?
Shut down Burger king.
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