What is obesity?
Obesity is a complex, chronic disease with several causes that lead to excessive body fat and sometimes, poor health. Body fat itself is not a disease, of course. But when your body has too much extra fat, it can change the way it functions. These changes are progressive, can worsen over time, and they can lead to adverse health effects.
The good news is that you can improve your health risks by losing some of your excess body fat. Even small changes in weight can have a big impact on your health. Not every weight loss method works for everyone. Most people have tried to lose weight more than once. And keeping the weight off is just as important as losing it in the first place.
Obesity can affect your body in causing Type 2 diabetes, cardiovasular disease, fatty liver, kidney disease, and gallstones.
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If you answer "yes" to the below questions, contact us to see if this trial may be a good match for you.
- Age 40 and older
- Do NOT have diabetes
- Need to lose weight