Obesity and overweight.

Is there any difference between Obesity and overweight?
Asked Dec 02, 2013
Obesity is extreme overweight
Answered Dec 02, 2013
obesity is more like a health problem that needs medical treatment. if u wanna read more.. http://www.placidway.com/cost-country-treatment-searchlist/Turkey,Obesity/Bariatric-Surgery/
Answered Oct 01, 2015
Edited Oct 01, 2015
Obesity is a proportion of excess fat accumulation in adipose tissue. It is measured using BMI(body mass index), which should not be greater than 30 if it is above 30 then those people are said to be obese. For controlling obesity homeopathy treatment suits well, as it has an exceptionally high success rate. And for best homeopathy treatment, Homeocare International is good in treating obesity as they not only control symptoms but also eradicates the risk of health complications related to it.
Answered Jan 03, 2019
Although the terms “overweight” and “obese” are similar, the difference between the two arises with Body Mass Index (BMI). BMI is a measure of body fat based on an individual’s weight in relation to his or her height and age. To reduce these problems your primary concern is to join any good fitness academy. For more information visit here: https://www.keleven.com
Answered Jan 29, 2019
Now days Obesity is common problem for many people. People are using different types if medicines to reduce, But they didn't get proper result. I suggest Homeopathy remedies. These remedies gives accurate for all your health problems. More info : https://www.homeocare.in/obesity.html
Answered Mar 15, 2019
Edited Mar 30, 2019

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