According to the CDC….obesity is highest among middle age adults, 40-59 years old. Being obese at 50 increases risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, some cancers…..and now it appears obesity has been linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s.
Research has shown that overweight/obesity in one or both parents probably influences the risk of obesity in their offspring because of shared genes or environmental factors within families and in fact that obesity tends to run in families.
The key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight (OH… and feeling better every day) isn’t the latest fad diet or detox; it’s about a dietary lifestyle that includes healthy eating and regular physical activity.
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Kimberly Young, M.S. is a practicing Nutritionist in Dallas, Texas. Learn about her integrative and functional approach to diet and nutrition at kyoungnutrition.com
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