Case Study :Obesity and Lifestyle ConditionObservations amongst Pune residents.(February - March 2013)
Basic BMI screening Done Body Composition Test Weight BMI (Body Mass Index) Total Fat Percent Visceral Fat Percent S...
Total No Of Screenings Screenings:February : 281 ( M- 227, F- 54)March : 244 (M- 198, F- 46)81%19%Gender DistributionMale...
Analysis As per all test reports present data isanalyzed to study parameters like:◦ Categorization by level of Obesity◦ F...
Weight Distribution Individuals arecategorized on thebasis of BMIranges. BMI Ranges: Underweight :Less than 18 Normal ...
Weight Range for Month ofMarch
Fat Distribution: Male11%89%Fat distribution- MaleNormalfat%High Fat%FebruaryNormal FatvaluesMen: < 20%Women: < 30%
Fat Distribution Male: March
Fat Distribution Females
Fat Distribution Females
Fat analysis Visceral Fat, is fat surrounding vital organs e.gHeart, Kidney, liver etc. Normal visceral fat ranges betwe...
Conclusion Reasons for Abnormal Body Parametersseen :High BMI& HighFat%SedentaryLifestyleFaultydietaryhabitsErraticwork &...
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Obesity and /lifestyle diseases are commonly seen in society. Present lifestyle and work nature are the hidden cause for this condition. Team Just for Hearts presents small observation amongst Pune residendents about overall obesity and lifestyle condition problems.

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Obesity & Lifestyle Condition Case Study

  1. 1. Case Study :Obesity and Lifestyle ConditionObservations amongst Pune residents.(February - March 2013)
  2. 2. Basic BMI screening Done Body Composition Test Weight BMI (Body Mass Index) Total Fat Percent Visceral Fat Percent Subcutaneous FatPercent Muscle Mass Body Age Explaining test results
  3. 3. Total No Of Screenings Screenings:February : 281 ( M- 227, F- 54)March : 244 (M- 198, F- 46)81%19%Gender DistributionMaleFemales81%19%Gender DistributionMaleFemales
  4. 4. Analysis As per all test reports present data isanalyzed to study parameters like:◦ Categorization by level of Obesity◦ Fat percentage- distribution by gender◦ Visceral Fat Percentage Analysis will help us understand thecauses and reasons behind it andmodify that factor to prevent lifestylerelated conditions.
  5. 5. Weight Distribution Individuals arecategorized on thebasis of BMIranges. BMI Ranges: Underweight :Less than 18 Normal Weight :18 – 23 Overweight: 23 – 25 Obese :25 – 28 Morbidly Obese: 28 – 306%32%55%7%Weight Distribution:FebruaryObeseOverweightNormalweightUnderweight
  6. 6. Weight Range for Month ofMarch
  7. 7. Fat Distribution: Male11%89%Fat distribution- MaleNormalfat%High Fat%FebruaryNormal FatvaluesMen: < 20%Women: < 30%
  8. 8. Fat Distribution Male: March
  9. 9. Fat Distribution Females
  10. 10. Fat Distribution Females
  11. 11. Fat analysis Visceral Fat, is fat surrounding vital organs e.gHeart, Kidney, liver etc. Normal visceral fat ranges between 1-9% This is more harmful than subcutaneous fat.61%39%Visceral Fat - FebruaryNormalVisceralFat%HighVisceralFat%67%33%Visceral Fat - MarchNormalVisceralFat%HighVisceralFat%
  12. 12. Conclusion Reasons for Abnormal Body Parametersseen :High BMI& HighFat%SedentaryLifestyleFaultydietaryhabitsErraticwork &mealtimingsExcusesforexerciseWorkStress
  13. 13. Get 3 Minutes Trial ConsultationWith Our Diet ExpertsCall us on 09266802992OR Send SMS ‘Diet plan’ to09266802992

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