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Food, Activity, and Sleep

Eating and physical activity patterns, insufficient sleep and several other factors influence excess weight gain.


Genetic changes in human populations occur too slowly to be responsible for the obesity epidemic. Yet variants in several genes may contribute to obesity by increasing hunger and food intake. Rarely, a specific variant of a single gene (monogenic obesity) causes a clear pattern of inherited obesity within a family

Illnesses and Medications

Some illnesses, such as Cushing’s disease, may lead to obesity or weight gain. Drugs such as steroids and some antidepressants may also cause weight gain

General advices
(what can we do)

Eating Patterns

• A variety of vegetables and fruits, whole grains, a variety of lean protein foods, and low-fat and fat-free dairy products. We can also limits foods and beverages with added sugars, solid fats, or sodium.
• Managers of worksites and public facilities can improve the nutritional quality of food and beverages available in those settings.

Physical Activity

Children aged 3 through 5 years should be physically active throughout the day. Children aged 6 – 17 years need at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day. Adults need 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity a week.


Newborns need 14 to 17 hours of sleep per day. That amount decreases with age; teenagers need 8 to 10 hours of sleep per day, and adults need 7 or more hours of sleep per day.

Social Determinants of Health

State early care and education systems can promote standards that address nutrition, infant feeding, physical activity, and screen time. See Early Care and Education.


Devices that help solving obesity problems

units we use


Far infrared

Magnetic stimulation

U S Lipolysis

Whole body vibration

Lymphatic stimulation ( star vac)