There are lots of people whose body weight has increased with the excess eating during the holidays.
Making resolutions which are are not respected only adds to the discouragement and dissatisfaction with yourself that may lead to discouragement and despondency, making it impossible to continue with your weight control measures.
Your body mass index is used to determine if you are obese or not and a big percent of the population is Obese, the latter being a risk factor for type 2 Diabetes.
promoting health is arming you with the tools to practice healthy behaviors which the health improvement and promotion movement seem to be making great strides towards recently.
The ratio of your weight to your height can help determine if you have too little fat in your body, normal fat, or above the expected. A BMI below 18 is not too good and above 30 is obese.
BMI of 18.5 - 24.9 range is considered okay though variations could result from other factors like gender, race, and age. People with high BMI can easily develop problems like sleep apnea, heart disease, and diabetes.
You can control your weight and your diabetes by increasing your activity level through exercise and or sports, like walking, running, bicycling, weights in the gym.
Reducing the number of calories in your diet will also help you lose some of that fat by eating more green vegetables, fruits, and nuts and taking vitamins as directed by your health care provider.
Some people eat more when they are stressed, and also lose sleep, exercise less, and tend to drink more alcohol when stressed for longer periods, a Harvard University study showed.
When working on your weight, try to avoid stress-causing activities.
ByNtuba Akwo Thompson. international political leader, physician, and communicator. certified professional and expert global health USA. Adviser of prime ministers and presidents.