What’s on your plate?

What’s on your plate

India is a developing nation with fastest growing population and economy. The figures in the charts make us all a proud citizen. Although not everything is so good, a country where 270 million people live below the poverty line obesity seems a distinct issue meant for the rich kids of the first world.
According to a study published India is just behind US and China in this global hazard list of top 10 countries with highest number of obese people. The study revealed that the number of overweight and obese people has increased from 857 million to 2.1 billion since 1980.
The main reason behind this outrageous number is unhealthy food habits that we humans have developed. Not only does being fat make you unappealing it’s also an open invitation to most of the disease. Name any disease that you think is common today and you will finds its root connected to obesity.
Obesity is best defined by using the body mass index. The body mass index is calculated using a person’s weight and height the body mass index (BMI) equals a person’s weight relative to height; it is strongly correlated with total body fat content in adults. An adult who has a BMI of 25-29.9 is considered overweight and an adult who has a BMI over 30 is considered obese.
The big question is what must be done once who come under this category of fat, overweighted or OBESE. Many of the magazines, health shows you will come across will advise you to exercise but here’s something that would equally help nothing other than whatever you eat your food.
According to a study the obesity crisis had almost nothing to do with the amount of exercise we take part in. it said that while frequent physical activity is vital in reducing the risk of the developing heart disease, dementia and a number of other conditions, it “does not promote weight loss.”
The increase or decrese in your increased waistline totally depends on the calorie you consume. An obese person does not need to do “one iota of exercise to lose weight,” they just need to “eat less.”
The logic is simple when you do exercise you burn the fats that you have collected on your body parts so cutting up the source of that fat would eventually help to shed you that extra inches.
Eat fresh healthy food with rich fibers accompanied with lots and lots of water to get back in those pants again.

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