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Obesity is most commonly caused by a conjunction of excessive intake of food, lack of physical activity and susceptibility to genes. Some cases are caused primarily by genes, endocrine disorders, medications, or mental disorder. On average, obese people have greater energy expenditure than their normal equivalents because the energy required to maintain an increased body mass. Obesity is generally caused by combining high consumption of foods, lack of physical activity and genetic susceptibility.
- Track 1-1Diet and obesity
- Track 1-2Genetics of obesity
- Track 1-3Carbohydrates
- Track 1-4Management of obesity
Childhood nutrition is defined as the dietary needs of healthy children aged between 2 years to 11 years of age. It likewise anticipates obesity and weight related Infections. This involves healthy sources of protein, limited junk food, consumption of milk and water instead of high energy drinks, etc. Childhood obesity is a disorder where excess body fat has a destructive effect on the health or welfare of a child. The diagnosis of obesity is generally based on Body index mass, as methods for specifically measuring body fat are difficult. It is identified as a serious public health issue as the prevalence of obesity in children is growing, and its many haemful health effects.
- Track 2-1Childhood cancer
- Track 2-2Childhood disease
- Track 2-3Heart disease
The two main types of diabetes consistent to these two mechanisms and are called insulin dependent (type 1) and non-insulin dependent (type 2) diabetes. In type 1 diabetes there will be no insulin or not enough insulin. In type 2 diabetes, there is generally enough insulin but the cells upon which it should show its action are not normally sensitive. Complications include:
- Track 3-1 Cardiovascular disease
- Track 3-2 Chronic kidney disease
Preventing obesity is a high priority for the prevention of diabetes and other chronic diseases. According to some obesity researchers, it may not be possible to decrease the current numbers of overweight. Unintended or unaccountable weight loss can be caused by a number of things, including depression, certain medication and diabetes.
Potential causes of unexplained weight loss include:
- Track 4-1Addison’s disease
- Track 4-2Coeliac disease
- Track 4-3Chronic diarrhoea
The group of eye problems that can affect people with diabetes is called Diabetic eye disease. The conditions involve diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, and glaucoma. Moreover, diabetes can cause damage to your eyes that can lead to poor vision or even blindness. Mild cases can be treated with careful management of diabetes. Advanced cases may require laser treatment or surgery.
Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes complication which affects eyes. It's caused by damage of blood vessels at the back of the eye where light-sensitive tissue (retina) is present. Formerly, diabetic retinopathy has no symptoms or only mild vision problems.
- Track 5-1Patchy vision
- Track 5-2Eye pain or redness
Diabetic kidney disease is reduced kidney function which occurs in some people who are having diabetes. This means that your kidneys are failed to do their job in removing waste products and excess fluid from your body.
Symptoms of kidney disease include loss of sleep, poor appetite, weakness.
- Track 6-1Blood glucose
- Track 6-2High blood pressure
Person with type 1 diabetes need lifelong treatments of daily insulin injections to manage their condition that still leaves them at risk of long-term complications. Immunotherapy could become an insulin-free alternative to stop, prevent, and possibly cure this chronic disease.
- Track 7-1Carbohydrate, fat and protein counting
- Track 7-2Taking insulin
- Track 7-3Exercising regularly and maintaining a healthy weight
Metformin remains the recommended first-line drug. It not only lowers blood sugar, but also causes the low risk of hypoglycemia. Some forms of fruits, beverages, can be bad for diabetes, whole fruits like berries, citrus, apricots. Apples can be good for your A1C and overall health, fighting inflammation, normalizing your blood pressure. Medications include:
- Track 8-1Metformin , glucophage XR
- Track 8-2Pioglitozone , rosiglitozone
Human nutrition involves essential nutrients in food which are important to support human life and good health. Poor nutrition is a chronic problem frequently linked to poverty, food security, or a poor understanding of nutritional requirements. Good nutrition is required for children to grow physically and mentally and for biological development. Malnutrition causes deaths, physical deformities, and disabilities.
- Track 9-1Nutrients
Obesity has been a significant public issue. This rising pervasiveness of obesity has concurred with an expanding predominance of obesity related disease like type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and cardiovascular disorders (CVD).
The two primary assumptions that underlie the utilization of BT for the executives of obesity are
- Track 10-1Obese people have maladapted eating and exercise designs
- Track 10-2These maladaptive practices can be adjusted with explicit intercessions prompting weight reduction
Pediatric endocrinology is a clinical subspecialty managing problems of the endocrine organs, like variation of physical development and sexual improvement in adolescence, diabetes and many more. The most well-known illness of the strength is type 1 diabetes, which as a rule represents in any event half of a regular clinical practice. The following most basic issue is development problems, particularly those amiable to development chemical treatment
- Track 11-1Physical growth
- Track 11-2Sexual development in childhood
- Track 11-3Diabetes mellitus