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Although weight loss and dietary fads are both American obsessions, as a nation we are becoming fatter and fatter, with one in three Americans suffering from obesity and another thirty three percent being unhealthily overweight. Moreover, studies indicate that being overweight and obesity are most common in the youngest generations, especially children 12 and under. In addition, in the last decade, the incidence of obesity among US adults has risen by 50 percent. Clinically, obesity is defined in several ways: as a significantly higher than average proportion of body fat; as having a Body Mass Index (BMI) value greater than 30; or as weighing more than 20 percent over average weight according to statistical tables such as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Height-Weight guidelines. Health authorities now cite obesity as one of the most serious health problems facing our country. Being seriously overweight for any period of time poses a direct threat to your health. In addition, obesity is now known to significantly increase your risk of many other serious chronic and degenerative health problems, including depression, diabetes, gallstones and other forms of gallbladder disease, kidney disease, liver disease, and stroke. Obesity can also cause or worsen the risk of certain types of cancer such as breast, endometrial, and uterine cancer in women, and cancer of the colon and rectum in men.

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