What are the most common metabolic disorders? Diabetes is the most common metabolic disease. There are two types of diabetes: Type 1, the cause of which is unknown,…

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Obesity develops gradually from poor diet and lifestyle choices, such as: eating junk food frequently — fast food meals, cakes and pastries, sweets, processed meats and sugary drinks…

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Body Mass Index is a simple calculation using a person’s height and weight. The formula is BMI = kg/m2 where kg is a person’s weight in kilograms and…

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They found that exposure to cinnamon oil triggered both the mouse and the human cells to start burning calories through a process known as thermogenesis. A closer look…

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High protein intake can boost your metabolism, helping you burn slightly more calories each day ( 16 , 17 ). … Protein can also increase metabolism because of…

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Plants produce two gaseous waste products i.e. oxygen during photosynthesis and carbon dioxide during respiration. Excretion of gaseous waste in plants takes place through stomatal pores on leaves….

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Maternal causes of chronic fetal acidosis include reduced oxygenation of maternal blood, such as in severe respiratory or cardiac disease, or reduced blood flow to the placenta as…

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Catabolism (/kəˈtæbəlɪsm/) is the set of metabolic pathways that breaks down molecules into smaller units that are either oxidized to release energy or used in other anabolic reactions….

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In itself, obesity does not count as a disability, although being obese (particularly being very obese) will increase the likelihood of a person suffering from related issues that…

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For most adults, an ideal BMI is in the 18.5 to 24.9 range. For children and young people aged 2 to 18, the BMI calculation takes into account…

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