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A túlsúly, az elhízás és a táplálkozás kapcsolata
The Relationship between Overweight, Obesity, and Nutrition

Author(s): János Csapó, Csilla Albert
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Published by: Scientia Kiadó
Keywords: obesity; eating habits; dietary composition; energy intake; body weight;
Summary/Abstract: In our age, in the more developed part of our world, food is available to people with virtually unlimited access, as a result of which obesity has become a global problem, an epidemic that is increasingly threatening humanity. Obesity is significantly influenced not only by human genetics but also by eating habits, dietary composition, energy intake, which provides an opportunity to develop strategies to control body weight and obese people to achieve significant weight loss.We hope that with our book we can draw attention to the fact that obesity is a public disease and that much more should be expended to sacrifice for pre-obesity education, treatment of obesity, and healing of sick people. These “sacrifices” would not only serve the interests of the individual but would also bring significant benefits to the national economy, as less costs would be needed to spend to heal sick people, and they would be able to do their beneficial work in everyday life for longer.

  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-606-975-051-3
  • Page Count: 318
  • Publication Year: 2021
  • Language: Hungarian