simple obesity

sim·ple o·be·si·ty

obesity resulting when caloric intake exceeds energy expenditure.
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Growth and development in simple obesity. Eur J Pediatr 1988;147:242-4.
All the participants were aged >18 years and were divided into three groups: simple obesity (OB, n = 40, BMI > 28kg/[m.sup.2]), obesity with AN (AN, n = 40, BMI > 28kg/[m.sup.2]), and normal controls (CON, n = 40, BMI < 24kg/[m.sup.2]).
Comparison of fibrinolytic and metabolic system parameters in obese patients with polycystic ovary syndrome and women with simple obesity. Gynecol Endocrinol.
Obesity can be divided into, (1) Simple Obesity also called as primary obesity& is due to excessive energy intake and too little consumption, also known as diet-induced obesity and has the largest proportion in all types of obesity(95%).
Researchers of Oregon State University have found that problems such as autoimmune disease, to clinical depression, and simple obesity may in fact be linked to immune dysfunction that begins with a "failure to communicate" in the human gut.
A study about the role of nutrition factors and the effect of dietary treatments in children with simple obesity aged 3-5 years.
Simple obesity and obesity hyperlipemia treated with otoacupoint pellet pressure and body acupuncture.
Today, two clinical phenotypes are recognized: (1) type I (Madelung collar), affecting predominantly males with fat accumulation in the neck, nape of the neck, shoulders, upper arms, and upper back; and (2) type II, which also affects women and is characterized by a female fat distribution in the upper back, deltoid region, upper arms, hips, and upper thigh region, giving the appearance of simple obesity. (2,3) Although the fatty accumulation is considered a benign disease, compression of the aerodigestive tract may occur in long-lasting cases, causing
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