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Health consequences of_obesity
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
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