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Obesity and Its HarmfulImpacts
Introduction:Obesity:The accumulation of excessive body fat to the point that it may beharmful to health is recognized as the health problem known as obesity.When a person's body mass index (BMI), calculated by dividing their height,exceeds 30 kg/m2, they are deemed obese, with a BMI of 25-3 kg/m2 beingconsidered overweight. Negative values are practiced in several East Asiannations.Weight gain increases the risk of many health problems, including heart problemsand type 2 diabetes. Obesity also raises the cancer risk as well as osteoarthritis.Obesity is most usually brought on by a balance of overeating, inactivity, and apredisposition to it in one's family. Genetics, hormonal imbalances, medicine,and mental health issues play roles in certain situations.
Obesity Calculation Formula:Using the method below, anybody may quickly and easily determine whether or notthey are fat. All they need to do is weigh themselves in kilograms (kg) and measuretheir height in meters (m),BMIA body mass index may be calculated using this method (BMI). Obesity is indicatedwhen a person's body mass index (BMI) is 30 or

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