alexa Impact of Screening and Early Life Style Intervention on Pre-Obesity and to Prevent Future Risk of Adiposity Based Chronic Disease (ABCD)

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Impact of Screening and Early Life Style Intervention on Pre-Obesity and to Prevent Future Risk of Adiposity Based Chronic Disease (ABCD)

omicsgroup.org/journals/impact-of-screening-and-early-life-style-intervention-on-preobesity-and-to-prevent-future-risk-of-adiposity-based-chronic-disease-abcd-2165-7904-4-239.pdf AACE/ACE defines obesity as a chronic disease characterized by pathophysiological processes that result in increased adipose tissue mass and which can result in increased morbidity and mortality. Environment that interacts with susceptibility genes to promote weight gain referred as obesogenic. The new obesity diagnostic algorithm incorporates two components: (i) an assessment of body mass including validated ethnicity-adjusted anthropometrics to identify individuals with increased adipose tissue at risk; and (ii) the presence and severity of obesity-related complications. If the BMI is <25 kg/m2 (and waist circumference is not increased), these patients have normal weight and are candidates more prone for preobesity. The old diagnosis primarily relied on the anthropomorphic measure of BMI, with uncertainties regarding how an increase in BMI affects individual health. In certain ethnic groups (e.g., South Asians), individuals with BMI 23-25 kg/m2 can still be diagnosed as obese on the basis of increased waist circumference using population and ethnicity specific threshold values as delineated by the International Diabetes Federation. For more information regarding the article, kindly follow: https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/impact-of-screening-and-early-life-style-intervention-on-preobesity-and-to-prevent-future-risk-of-adiposity-based-chronic-disease-abcd-2165-7904-4-239.pdf

 
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