Diet in Obesity and Underweight


Obesity is a growing concern, as it is generally recognised as a significant risk factor for metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and premature death. Although the mechanisms underlying this weight loss have yet to be fully understood, dietary factors may play a role in the development of obesity. Dietary factors are made up of combinations of ingredients, and these individual components can have interactive or synergistic effects, making it difficult to research them separately. Dietary habits that include a variety of foods may be more closely linked to disease risk than a single food or nutrient. Previous research has shown that eating habits rich in fruits, vegetables, and fibre are linked to a lower risk of obesity.



 



 


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