Often we justify our excess weight with our lived years as if the extra pounds are an unavoidable physiological reaction to age-related changes. Then why do slender women and men after 35 do not get alarmed and run to the doctor to identify a disease that does not allow them to grow stout with age? Because they do not feel sick, on the contrary – they are healthier and more active than their full contemporaries.
So, if with age you become thicker – this is the sign of the disease? We’ll figure it out. By the way, friends, if you are over 30 years old and you really want to lose weight, be sure to download the book “Cinderella Solution” by Carly Donovan. This guide to lose weight really gives the right result to everyone who follows it.
What generally is considered to be overweight? It is clear that two women with the same height and weight cannot be equally healthy. Moreover, the number of fat cells in the bodies of these women is different, if one of them has a large muscle mass, and the other – fatty deposits. Why do I call obesity a disease?
There are several reasons for this. All are accustomed to the fact that with age, a person inevitably has health problems. However, this is not a consequence of old age itself, but the result of how we treated the organism all previous life. What problems are persecuted by all obese people?
Heart diseases. Mortality from heart disease is the highest in the world. The main mass of people who have heart problems are people with a large weight, who have significant body fat. Each kilogram of excess fat adds to our heart an additional load since the supply of blood to the new tissue is carried out through it. Weak blood flow to the heart deprives a person of normal active life and increases the risk of a heart attack.
Diabetes. In people with excess weight, the risk of type 2 diabetes is 50% greater than that of slender ones. An improper diet with an excess of saturated fats and simple carbohydrates leads to the fact that the body stops controlling blood sugar, which can lead to stroke, heart disease, kidney failure, blindness, and painful death.
Cancer. Due to malnutrition, people with excess weight have all the chances to earn cancer of the intestines, stomach and gall bladder.
Hormonal disorders. It is known that visceral fat, which envelops the internal organs of a full person, is active and works as part of the endocrine system, that is, it participates in the production of hormones. Uncontrolled production of hormones or disruption of their metabolism can lead to infertility in both women and men. Hormonal disorders lead to irreparable consequences in all spheres of life of the human body.
Hypertension. A large number of blood vessels require the heart to work hard and a powerful flow of blood to deliver it to all parts of the body. Blood pressure becomes so high that sometimes it is not only associated with physical ailments, but also the risk of stroke, thrombosis, and premature death.
I think you will find another 5-6 disease that accompanies the fullness. It is not so important. The main thing is that not only does the mental health of a person (complexes, dissatisfaction, infringement) suffer from excess weight, but also the physical condition. In other words – THE EXCESS WEIGHT COSTS US LIFE!
What to do with obesity? Leave everything as is or try to change the situation for the better? The choice is yours, dear readers. But I really want you to cope with excess weight once and for all.
The Cinderella Solution by Carly Donovan