Weight gain happens over time.
The diagnosis of obesity is usually based on a physical examination and a patient history (i.e., eating and exercise habits). A measurement called the body mass index (BMI) does not directly measure body fat, but it is a useful tool to assess the health risk associated with being overweight or obese
BMI is calculated as follows:
BMI = body weight (kg) ÷ height² (m)
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Change in lifestyle. Focusing on balancing energy IN (calories from food and drinks) with energy OUT (physical activity) are the treatment options.
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