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What Is Obesity? Summary, Exercise & Guidelines

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Here's a summary of Obesity from Exercise For Health: A review of the literature regarding risk factors, exercise & guidelines

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What Is Obesity? Summary, Exercise & Guidelines

  1. 1. Obesity Exercise For Health.
  2. 2. Q: What are obesity and overweight?
  3. 3. A: Obesity and overweight are defined using Body Mass Index (BMI). Overweight = BMI of >25kg/m2 and Obesity = BMI of >30kg/m2
  4. 4. Q: What are the risk factors for obesity?
  5. 5. A: Sedentary behaviour (and other inactive lifestyle behaviours such as television watching), minority ethnicity, low socioeconomic status, and poor nutritional behaviours (sugar-sweetened beverage consumption) are risk factors for obesity
  6. 6. Q: Is exercise useful for the treatment of obesity?
  7. 7. A: Both physical activity and exercise interventions are beneficial for obese individuals for improving cardiovascular risk, reducing intrahepatic lipids, subcutaneous and visceral fat
  8. 8. Q: Are adolescent prevention programs useful for the treatment of obesity?
  9. 9. A: Interventions targeting reductions in sedentary behaviour may have positive benefits in obese and non-obese adolescents
  10. 10. Q: What do the current guidelines state about obesity and overweight?
  11. 11. A: Greater levels of physical activity than the standard guidelines for healthy adults may be beneficial for causing weight loss, reducing weight regain, reducing skeletal muscle loss, and improving physical function in obese individuals
  12. 12. For more information: www.exercise-for-health.com/obesity
  13. 13. Exercise For Health.

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