Overweight and Obesity
Preventing excess weight and obesity
Being overweight or obese is responsible for many diseases, the most common of which is type 2 diabetes.
Obesity is the scourge of modern times!
How do you know if you are overweight or obese ?
Overweight and obesity are measured by calculating the Body Mass Index (BMI)
The computation is simple: you measure your weight in kilos, then divide it by your squared height.
If you weigh 60 kg and are 1.65 m tall, you get:
60 / 1,65 X 1,65 = 60 / 2,72 = 22,05
If your BMI is less than 18 = lean
If your BMI is between 18 and 25 = normal
If your BMI is between 25 and 30 = overweight
If your BMI is between 30 and 35 = moderate obesity
If your BMI is between 35 and 40 = severe obesity
For people who are overweight or moderately obese, I have developed an original weight loss method that allows you to lose weight but above all not to regain it. In order to do this, it is important to consider long-term monitoring. In fact, we have nerve centers in our brains that ensure our survival and that will resist any weight variation early on. These are responsible for the failure of many diets.
It takes a year for these nerve centers to ” recognize ” that the weight loss does not jeopardize survival. The human species is a champion species in terms of adaptation and survival. It has many storage mechanisms to cope with periods of food scarcity. Today, it is the “excess” that must be managed and not the “not enough”.
We should also stress that humans have a muscle mass that still represents more than 60% of their body weight on average. Failure to use this important part of the body is biologically unreasonable. This is why any weight loss cycle must be accompanied by regular physical exercise. This is the price to pay for a long-lasting and harmonious weight loss.
There is no miracle solution for weight loss, the method that I am recommending is original, reasonable and above all very effective.
Overweight and moderate obesity lead to the development of type 2 diabetes and/or NASH.
A diet to prevent weight gain should not be viewed with contempt.
All diet “critics” have no alternative to offer. Excess weight is harmful to your joints, your heart and its vessels, your sleep, your liver and often your social life.