1. Overweight and obesity
We don’t want to scare you, but unfortunately, obesity is linked to the onset of many diseases. Overweight and obesity are a growing epidemic worldwide.
In Mexico, 75% of adults are affected (first in the world).
Chile 74% (2nd place)
United States: 73% (3rd place)
Germany: 60% (12th place)
Worldwide, obesity affects about 2 billion people.
Healthy consequences of overweight can be:
Diabetes mellitus Typ 2
- Hypertension / high blood pressure
- Coronary heart disease
Diseases of the muscle o skeletal system
- Diseases of the muscle o skeletal system
Osteoarthritis of the hip joint
- Various pain disorders
- Electrode erectile dysfunction
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease
Obesity, diabetes, and cancer:
In the German Medical Journal of June 7, 2022, the German Diabetes Society calls on physicians in Germany to inform all people with diabetes about their increased risk of cancer.
- Cancer is now the leading cause of death among people with diabetes.
Various types of cancer
Depression is twice as high as in people of average weight.
Also, anxiety disorders
Devaluation / mockery
Employment consequences (overweight people are less likely to be promoted)
U.S. studies show that being overweight is a major obstacle to marriage
hinders social censorship
results in a lower average income
that overweight people are less likely to have access to management positions