... Each term is a misnomer, especially since the obesity
epidemic in recent years has led to increased ... type 2 diabetes mellitus are obese - chronic obesity
leads to increased insulin resistance that can ... of the disease, so inheriting a tendency toward obesity
seems also to contribute. Age is also thought to ...
... frequent activity.
Some examples are :
results in fatty deposits in the abdomen which ... lead to fatigue, chronic tiredness, diabetes, and obesity
Mineral or vitamin ...
Illnesses related to poor nutrition
In common speech, "gene" is often used to refer to the hereditary cause of a trait , disease or condition—as in "the gene for obesity
." Speaking more precisely, a biologist might refer to an allele or a mutation that has been implicated in or is associated with obesity. ...
... and spinal column tend to get worn, creating locomotion difficulties in old age. Humans are also more likely than other primates to suffer from obesity
because of poor diet and lack of exercise .
Main article: Genetics of humans
Humans are a eukaryotic species. A human has ...
... 2 – multifactoral syndrome with combined influence of genetic susceptibility and influence of environmental factors, the best known being obesity
, age, and physical inactivity, resulting in insulin resistance in cells requiring insulin for glucose absorption. This form of diabetes is ...