Suffering from Metabolic Syndrome? Obesity might be the major cause behind it!

Staying overweight and ignoring your health and fitness may make you more prone to developing a heart disease, stroke and Type 2 Diabetes, due to a cluster of risk factors that occur together in cases of obesity.

Being overweight is not a cosmetic problem. If left untreated, it may raise your risk for other health problems like diabetes, insulin resistance, High triglyceride levels High cholesterol levels Heart disease Gall bladder diseases Osteoarthritis Cancer Sleep apnoea Infertility

Thus, if you aim to

  • have a safe and healthy weight loss
  • avoid obesity related health problems
  • lose weight without cravings, starvation and hunger pangs
  • be slim, fit and energetic
  • have a smoother and more beautiful skin
  • achieve successful long term weight management

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Know Your BMI

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women.

BMI Calutator (Insert)

Generalized obesity Asian Indians Caucasians
Normal weight BMI 18.0-22.9 BMI 18.5-24.9
Obesity BMI >25.0 BMI >30.0
Abdominal Obesity
Men WC >90 cm WC > 102 cm
Women WC > 80cm WC > 88cm
Obesity Statistics- India

  • More than 25% of Indians are overweight.
  • More than 3% are obese (3 crores)
  • More than 5% of urban adults are obese
  • More than 15% of urban children are overweight.

Source: Obesity Foundation of India.com

Obesity – Facts
According to World Health Organization the following health conditions are attributable to being overweight and obesity: 

  • 44% Diabetes
  • 23% Ischemic Heart Disease
  • 7-41% Cancers
  • Men and women, with body mass

indexes (BMI) of 40.0 or higher have an increased risk of death by 250% and 200% respectively.
Being Overweight and Obesity is Preventable!

One in three adolescent children in private schools of Delhi is obese.

Source: Bhardwaj S et al.
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2008.
Every second person in Delhi fulfils the criteria for being overweight/ obese.
One-fourth of the adolescent population in Delhi has metabolic syndrome which heralds the onset of heart diseases and diabetes.

Source: Consensus Guidelines for Prevention and Management of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome (Ministry of Health, India)