Genetic Obesity- Risk factors

Obesity has always existed in human populations, but until very recently was comparatively rare. The availability of abundant, energy-rich processed foods in the last few decades has, however, resulted in a sharp rise in the prevalence of obesity in westernized countries. Although it is the obesogenic environment that has resulted in this major healthcare problem, it is acting by revealing a sub-population with a pre-existing genetic predisposition to excess adiposity.

  • Intrauterine and perinalal factors
  • Infant feeding and weaning practice
  • Family characteristics and demographics
  • Lifestyles in early childhood
  • Inconclusive potential risk factors
  • Medical problems
  • During pregnancy
  • Social and economic issues
  • Know and avoid the food traps that cause you to eat

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