8 Ways to Reduce Increasing Body Weight

According to World Health Organization, whole over the world 3.9 billion people are victim of obesity.Mostly, obesity problem is because irregular food habit and negligence in exercises.

Here are 8 ways to get rid from this issue;
1. Don’t eat Crash Diet:
Crash diet will urgently give a weight-loss, but it will control only for time period of this diet application.Crash diet also gives different side effects such as; headache, bad breathe. So, improve your crash diet habit.

2. Consume Green Vegetables and Fruits:
If you want to control your body weight, then eat plenty of green vegetables and fruits. Green vegetables and fruits contains high amount of water, minerals and vitamin and low amount of calorie. Plenty water will help in digestion process.

3. Reduction in Junk Foods:
Refined carbohydrate foods like; noodles, pizza, burger are h@rmful for health.Coco Cola and flavor juice are also h@rmful for health. This kind of food also an alcohol will increase the level of calorie in body and reduces the protein and glucose.

4. Regular Food Habit:
Take your food at least 3 times a day. Should take more morning breakfast that day time launch.Eat your food slowly because slow eating will give a feeling of hunger loss. Never eat full stomach.

5. Regular Exercises:
Regular exercises is the vital thing for body weight loss. Exercise will burn the fat and gives energy for body.

6. Enough Sleep:
Insufficient sleep will give a feeling of hunger. Hormone can not act properly due to lack of sleep, which results in repetitive hunger. Much food will decrease a rate of digestion.

7. Shower with Cold Water:
Taking a shower with cold water will reduce amount of fat on body.Especially, a fat of thigh and waist. It activates the metabolism on body.

Diabetes at growing risk in Developing and Middle-income countries

Diabetes is a global epidemic. A new global assessment on diabetes has found that the number of adult diabetics is rising dramatically, which is happened to succeed by aging populations, sedentary lifestyles and, in some areas, a heightened genetic vulnerability to the disease. Developing and middle-income countries have shown the most noticeable growth.

World health leaders’ goal for the year 2025 of holding worldwide diabetes prevalence to the level that was in 2010 is likely to be not meeting because the assessment seems to be making clear that they can now make a pretty safe prediction.

In 1980 the number of adult diabetics was 108 million and it has increased to 422 million in 2014. The number has changed tremendously. Also, it has been predicted that the number will exceed 700 million by 2025.

According to the authors of global assessment, the increasing number of adult diabetics is mostly because of the growth of world’s population and to aging. However, obesity and a rise in settled lifestyles throughout the low and middle income countries of the world have also played a major role.

Also, the fact that diabetic population is raising due to heightened genetic vulnerability and childhood upbringing patterns cannot be denied. Therefore, a better positioned healthcare systems need to be established in order to prevent diabetes in adult populations at growing risk.