Obesity Causes and Consequences

The balance between calorie intake and energy expenditure determines a personality’s weight. An absence of energy balance most frequently cause overweight and Obesity. Energy balance implies that energy IN ought to be adequate to energy OUT. Inactive people burn fewer calories than people that are active. A restricted range of cases are expected primarily to genetic, therapeutic reasons, or psychopathy. Conversely, increasing rates of fatness at a social level are felt to be expected to an effectively open and eatable diet.

Insufficient sleep

Decreased variability in ambient temperature

Increased use of medicines that may cause weight gain

Endocrine disruptors

Natural selection for higher Body Mass Index (BMI)

  • Overweight and Eating Disorders

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