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Medonfit

  • Medonfit Is a Safe Herbal Medicine for Treating Obesity

  • Helps To Reduce Body Weight

  • Helps To Burn the Excess Body Fat

  • Inhibits Conversion of Excess Calorie into Fat

  • Helps To Prevent Food Cravings by Suppressing Appetite

  • It Checks the Allied Disease with Obesity

  • It Improves Bowel Evacuation, Reduces Fluid and Normalizes Metabolism without Ant Side Effects

PRESENTATION: CAPSULE: BOX OF 10 BLISTER-PACK STRIPS OF 10 CAPSULE EACH.

WHAT CAUSES OBESITY
Minimal physical activities and consumption of abundant calorie rich foods are triggering rapid weight gain. It is estimated that roughly one-third of the global adult population is overweight. The incidence of obesity is also rising among children. Childhood obesity is a major public health concern. Obesity has a severe long-term consequence. It is one of the leading causes of several preventable health disorders.

When we eat more than the total calorie needed by the body, the excess calories are converted into fat cells. In the early stage, as the unused calories are converted into fats, the fat cells expand in size to store the excess calories. When the fat cell reaches its maximum size, it could not expand further. To accommodate the extra fats, new fat cells develop. Hence, increase in the size and numbers of fat cells lead to obesity.

Obesity might run in families. Genetics might play a role in triggering obesity. Children of one or both obese parents have a greater risk of becoming obese than offspring of parents with normal body weight. Similar lifestyle in a family might influence the calorie intake and level of physical activities in a family.

Some people overeat to beat depression, boredom, hopelessness and anger. However, this does not mean that every obese or overweight person suffers from emotional disorders.

Women, compared with men, have a greater risk of gaining excess body weight. The greater muscle content in the body of men boosts their metabolism rate, which helps them to burn more calories naturally. The metabolism rate also tends to slow down with age. Hormonal changes that occur in the middle age might trigger weight gain. As we age, we tend to lose muscle mass, which is often compensated by increase in body fat.

Weight gain is also linked to certain medical conditions such as hypothyroidism, Cushing syndrome and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Prolonged intake of antidepressants, steroids and oral contraceptive pills tend to push up the body weight.

Besides your body mass, the distribution of fats in your body plays a key role in determining the risks of developing obesity-induced health disorders. Accumulation of excess fat in the abdomen is especially harmful for the health. Abdominal fat is linked to higher risk of cardiovascular problems, heart attack, stroke, insulin resistance diabetes, high blood pressure, fatty liver and certain cancers.