CRITICAL      ANDCREATIVE THINKING       OBESITY                BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
YUMMYYYYYYYYYYY !!!!!!!!NYUM…..NYUM….NYUM….                           BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
OTHER CAUSES           BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
LIVING     SOCIO-ECONOMYENVIRONMENT       STATUS                    BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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Those thatRelationship with    participate in                             Those that                                      ...
“ Hot topic “ in    Available     media          legislation   Who is at fault  Laws on junk                      Schoolfo...
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In addition to overweight, one can assess                                         whether it falls into the category of ob...
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Cancer,                                          especially            Coronary                         Diabetes          ...
BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
Avoid foods high in calories, such as foodshigh in fat and sugar. Eat lots of vegetablesand fruits. Reduce frying food. Pl...
BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
Method to measure the suitability ofweight BMI (Body Mass Index) 72 kgHeight (m2) 1.7x1.7 size weight can bedone according...
BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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JOURNAL :1. Lvovich, S. (2003). Advertising and obesity: the research            evidence. Journal Young Consumers: Insigh...
Pathy, O. (n.d.). OVERVIEW: OBESITY AND OVERWEIGHT AMONG SPECIAL NEEDSCHILDREN. Retrieved from http://www.abilitypath.org/...
THE END  THANK YOU              BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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  1. 1. CRITICAL ANDCREATIVE THINKING OBESITY BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  2. 2. YUMMYYYYYYYYYYY !!!!!!!!NYUM…..NYUM….NYUM…. BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  3. 3. OTHER CAUSES BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  4. 4. LIVING SOCIO-ECONOMYENVIRONMENT STATUS BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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  6. 6. Those thatRelationship with participate in Those that Spiritual aspect of Maori health religious groups exercise live live longer models have better longer mental health BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  7. 7. “ Hot topic “ in Available media legislation Who is at fault Laws on junk Schoolfood in canteens regulation BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  8. 8. BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  9. 9. In addition to overweight, one can assess whether it falls into the category of obesity in diameter at the centre :• For women, if the size exceeds 88 cm = highrisk of disease and obesity are categorized ingroups. • For men if the size exceeds 102 centimetres = high risk for disease and obesity are categorized in groups. BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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  11. 11. Cancer, especially Coronary Diabetes breast Psychoso heart Mellitus cancer, cial risk disease colon and other Stones in the gallHyperten- bladder sive problems disease (gall bladder) Difficulty For women they are Gout and in usually gynaecological arthritis breathing problems like irregular (osteoarth - sleep menstruation, infertility -ritis) apnea and so forth. syndrome BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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  13. 13. Avoid foods high in calories, such as foodshigh in fat and sugar. Eat lots of vegetablesand fruits. Reduce frying food. Plenty ofboiled and baked foods. Avoid using sweetened condensed milkAte follow the schedule and avoid leaving thedining table. Eat less at night, do not snack while watching televisionReduction of between 500 to 1,000 calories aday can reduce the 0.5 to 1 kilogram permonth BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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  15. 15. Method to measure the suitability ofweight BMI (Body Mass Index) 72 kgHeight (m2) 1.7x1.7 size weight can bedone according to guidelines such as : 1. Normal: 17-25 2. Excess body weight: 25-30 3. Obesity level I: 30-35 4. Obesity levels II: 35-40 5. Obesity level III: 40 and above BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
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  20. 20. JOURNAL :1. Lvovich, S. (2003). Advertising and obesity: the research evidence. Journal Young Consumers: Insight and Ideas for Responsible Marketers. Volume : 42. Anderson, E & Davies, J. (1999). Obesity, weight-reducing programmes and constipation. Nutrition & Food Science. Volume: 993. Chandler, B. (2006). Diet, obesity and cancer – is there a link?. Nutrition & Food Science . Volume: 36 BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  21. 21. Pathy, O. (n.d.). OVERVIEW: OBESITY AND OVERWEIGHT AMONG SPECIAL NEEDSCHILDREN. Retrieved from http://www.abilitypath.org/health-daily-care/health/growth-and-nutrition/articles/obesity/obesity-special-needs-overview.htmlGVUs 10th WWW user survey. (n.d.). Retrieved fromhttp://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/obesity/#.UBzdL_biZWRGVUs 10th WWW user survey. (August 4, 2012 ) Retrieved from http://www.news-medical.net/health/What-is-Obesity.aspxGVUs 10th WWW user survey. (n.d.). Obesity Email this page to a friend Share onfacebook Share on twitter Book mark & Share Printer-friendly version : Obesity.Retrieved from Medicine Institute website:http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/007297.htm BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS
  22. 22. THE END THANK YOU BY : ADNAN BIN ABBAS

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