OBESITY ALERT! THIS IS A WAKE-UP CALL! WHAT CAN YOU DO RIGHT NOW?
OBESITY Found Deadly Risk Factor
Obese people are 40 per cent more likely to die than slimmer patients.
Study finds OBESITY A DEADLY RISK FACTOR for hospitalized coronavirus patients! In a study by Liverpool University.
Chief investigator Calum Semple said those who were obese, with a body mass index (BMI) over 30 “do particularly badly from Covid disease, so they’re more likely to go on to the intensive care units and to go on to die”, “the disease will cause problems in their lungs, hearts and kidneys for complex reasons because fat cells secrete chemicals that essentially increase the inflammatory state of the body”. The Telegraph April 29, 2020.
People with moderate to severe obesity seems to be at a higher risk. The increased prevalence of obesity in older adults in Italy compared with China may account for the differences in mortality between these countries.
In the United States 40% of Americans are obese!
In patients with increase abdominal obesity, pulmonary function is further compromised.
Obesity put even younger people at risk, new studies suggest, inflammation throughout the body, linked to obesity can be a powerful factor in the severity of Coronavirus disease.
OBESITY leads to DISEASE
OBESITY often leads to diseases such as – Diabetes, Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, Cardiovascular disease, Gastrointestinal reflux, Dementia, Cancer – all kind of metabolic diseases.
An increase in body FAT can often result in Adiposopathy or “sick fat”, that along with abnormalities in hormone function can result in abnorm immune function, which can make people more susceptible to infections.
Obese people may already have lung dysfunction, breathing abnormalities and sleep apnea.
Obesity can largely contribute to debilitation, immobility and orthopedic issues.
The underlying conditions that increase COVID-19 risk
Dementia: Increases death risk by 39 per cent,
Obesity: Increases death risk by 37 per cent,
Chronic Heart Disease: increases death risk by 31 per cent,
Chronic Kidney Disease: increases death risk by 25 per cent,
Malnutrition and Smoking.
Nutrition plays an important role in supporting the immune system.
Overweight/obese, undernourished people are at a higher risk when catching viral infections.
Clinical data show that vitamins, A, B6, B12, C, D, E, folate, and trace elements, including zinc, iron, selenium, magnesium, copper; and the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid play important and complementary roles in supporting the immune system.
Inadequate intake and status of these nutrients are widespread, leading to a DECREASE in resistance to infections and as a consequence an increase in disease burden.
Supplementation is a safe, effective, and low-cost strategy to help support optimal immune function. In “Optimal Nutritional Status for a Well-Functioning Immune System Is an Important Factor to Protect against Viral Infections.” Article Published Date: 2020 Apr 23 ; Epub 2020 Apr 23. ncbi.gov
HOW TO OVERCOME ABESITY and CHRONIC DISEASE?
Weight Loss Rife Frequencies:
With THE RIGHT MINDSET.
- Reduce portion sizes,
- Stop eating sugar and sugary foods,
- Stop drinking all sodas and alcohol
- Eliminate refined carbohydrates, Reduce grains, even whole grains,
- Stop eating GMO foods,
- Stop eating corn syrup,
- Stop eating trans fat,
- Stop smoking,
- Engage in a healthy diet and lifestyle,
- Engage in fitness exercise.
A healthy ratio of good/ bad gut bacteria is essential for:
- Proper development and function of your immune system
- Protection against over-growth of other microorganisms that could cause disease
- Digestion of food and absorption of nutrients
Eat lots of non-starchy vegetables, organic if possible, healthy proteins and fats.
Stick to a healthy diet like KETO diet, MEDITERRANEAN diet, PALEO diet, RAW FOOD diet, along with a Healthy LIFESTYLE.
STICK to a HEALTHY DIET and LIFESTYLE. Take your HEALTH seriously ASAP.
EXPAND YOUR LIFE LINE.
FEEL GREAT and REVERSE CHRONIC DISEASE! YOU DESERVE IT ALL!
Stay safe and healthy,
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