Nutrition through the life cycle
Avoid food that promotes obesity
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Are you overweight? Then this information is good for you. 
Overall, a calorie-restricted diet helps in reducing the risk of obesity among both children and adults. Obesity is a risk factor for diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, musculoskeletal disorders, and some cancers. Your BMI gives a clear indication of your weight status, particularly for adults. The WHO organisation reported that about 2 billion adults are overweight, while over 600 million were obese in 2016. Obesity may impair health; however, the good news is that people can prevent it by eating healthy food. In low- and middle-income countries, notably the urban setting, obesity increases significantly, making diabetes and cardiovascular diseases prevalent.
 
Obesity can be prevented by eating a good diet. The primary cause is an imbalance in the energy dense-food and calories expended, resulting in an increased intake of calories from food containing fats and sugars. Studies have also shown decreased physical activity among people due to urban planning, lack of supportive policies, and technological advancement as a significant contributor to obesity. Therefore, people need to be active after eating to enable proper circulation and absorption of all food intakes.  
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