preobese

preobese

(prē-ō-bēs′)
The term used by the World Health Organization for “overweight.”
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The mechanisms by which preobese stage and obesity lead to the development of musculoskeletal symptoms are increasing work demands and damage to blood vessels which reduces the ability to regenerate cartilage and consequent further damage [13].
4 million Malaysian adults are included in preobese, whereas 27.
46 L/min in normal BMI, Preobese and Class I obese respectively.
33 in normal BMI group, preobese and Class I obese respectively.
Participants were restricted to those who were classified by their BMI as obese or preobese, because those who have these conditions are subject to obesity's metabolic effects and find weight loss difficult to achieve.
For example, the rates of postpartum depression among those in the underweight, normal weight, and preobese groups were 18%, 14%, and 19%, respectively, while the rates among those in the obese class I, class II, and class III groups were 19%, 32%, and 40%, respectively.
For example, the rates of postpartum depression in the underweight, normal weight, and preobese groups were 18%, 14%, and 19%, respectively, while rates among those in the obese class I, class II, and class III groups were 19%, 32%, and 40%, respectively.
Of 96 patients, majority (40) were in obese class II, followed by 21 in obese class I, 16 in obese class III (morbid obese), 14 preobese while 5 patients showed normal BMI [Table 5].
1) Keeping this in mind the present study was conducted to determine the prevalence of preobesity and obesity in adult females and also to study the nutritional profile of preobese and obese females
Total 111 study subjects were enrolled, out of which 64 were nonobese and 47 were preobese and obese.