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  • Health Consequences of Obesity- Type II Diabetes By Jeff E.
  • Overview • Growing Rate of Obesity in the United StatesObesity in • Epidemic that most be controlled U.S. • Health risk of Obesity Health • Life threatening diseases and conditions Issues • Causes and Effects of Type II Diabetes Type II • How to avoid getting Type II DiabetesDiabetes
  • General Health ConsequencesHeart DiseaseHypertensionStrokeType II Diabetes
  • Health Consequences Continued High blood pressure High blood sugar levels Poor Cholesterol levels
  • Type II Diabetes Causes EffectsRapid gain in weight Insulin resistance by cellsUnhealthy eating habits Sugar can not be stored as energyLong periods of inactivity High blood-sugar levels
  • Diabetes is Affecting MillionsDiagnosed 18 million peopleUndiagnosed 7 million peopleTotal 25 million peoplePrediabetes 78 million people
  • What is Type II Diabetes?
  • Loosing weight andmaintaining ahealthy lifestyle canreduce the risk ofacquiring Type IIdiabetes
  • Healthy Lifestyle to Avoid Health ConsequencesEating healthy foods Avoid fast food Eat fruits and VegetablesStay active Exercise regularly Avoid long periods of inactivity
  • SummaryObesity effects a large portion of the populationMany health risks associated with obesityType II diabetes- Dangerous consequence of obesityHealth lifestyle choices-Greatly reduce health risk
  • SourcesAmerican Diabetes Association (2010) Type 2 Diabetes. Retrieved onFebruary 15, 2012 from http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/diabetes-statistics/Center For Disease Control(2011). Overweight and Obesity. Retrieved onFebruary 15, 2012 from http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/trends.HTMLPub Mead Health (2011). Type 2 Diabetes. Retrieved on February 15, 2012from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001356/Surgeon General(2007). Overweight and Obesity: Health Consequences.Retrieved on February 15, 2012 fromhttp://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/obesity/calltoaction/fact_consequences.htm