Nutrition, Obesity and Diabetes

Obesity is a significant and growing public health issue that has been characterized by the World wide as a global main health issue. Obesity is becoming challenging in high-income countries for some time, whereas becoming prevalent in a growing number of lower-income countries. Approximately 1.4 billion people are overweight, of which about 500 million are obese. Rates of childhood obesity is increasing rapidly and overweight in particular countries have risen dramatically in recent decades over 32 million children are living in lower-income countries, compared to 10 million in high-income countries.

Obesity and complications can be measured by calories intake in excess of calories amplified. Calories intake have increased among many people due to increased consumption of energy-dense foods, which tend to be high in fat and sugar. At the same time, calories amplified have decreased among many people due to the lifestyle allowed by advances in technology and transportation. Now the problems are not restricted to high-income countries, whereas similar trends are observed in lower-income countries as they undergo a “nutrition transition” driven by an increase in consumption of animal-source foods, edible oils, processed foods and sugar-sweetened drinks, as well as shifts in population from rural to urban settings.

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