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La Guerra Contra El Sobrepeso

Author: Luis Jimenez
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781534918177
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La epidemia de obesidad se extiende por todo el planeta y se ha convertido en un problema de salud de primer orden, afectando a millones de personas, empeorando su calidad de vida y disparando los costes sanitarios. Las víctimas son tantas y los efectos tan negativos que no nos queda más remedio que aceptar que estamos en guerra contra el sobrepeso. Ha llegado el momento de presentar batalla, de enfrentarse definitivamente al problema, utilizando todas las armas y recursos que sean necesarios, basados en la ciencia y en la investigación más rigurosa.Pero ¿quién es el enemigo a combatir? ¿Contra quién debemos luchar? ¿Y cuáles son las mejores estrategias de combate para tener alguna posibilidad de salir victoriosos?Un libro que le permitirá conocer el complejo entramado de intereses y circunstancias que sostienen la obesidad y las claves fundamentales para enfrentarse a ello.

El Cerebro Obeso

Author: L. Jiménez
Publisher: Luis Jiménez
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La obesidad crece imparable y sus efectos negativos sobre la salud también. Las campañas e iniciativas para combatir el sobrepeso que se han lanzado por todo el mundo han resultado infructuosas. Eliminar los kilos que nos sobran se ha convertido en una pesadilla interminable. ¿Qué estamos haciendo mal? ¿En qué nos estamos equivocando? Estudios realizados durante los últimos años sugieren una nueva y prometedora perspectiva, en torno a una idea central: ¿Y si las claves de la obesidad no están en el estómago, sino en el cerebro? Un apasionante viaje por las disciplinas científicas relacionadas con el cerebro y la nutrición, la endocrinología, la neurología, la psicología y la psiquiatría, a la búsqueda de respuestas. ¿Cómo controla el cerebro la ingesta de energía? ¿Por qué a veces comemos sin necesitarlo? ¿Existe la adicción a los alimentos? ¿Cómo nos influye el marketing alimentario? ¿Se pueden cambiar los malos hábitos y adelgazar?

The Power Of Your Metabolism

Author: Frank Suarez
Publisher: Metabolic Press
ISBN: 0978843754
Size: 36.28 MB
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The Power of Your Metabolism teaches you to use your metabolism to lose weight and keep it off. It includes natural techniques (tested on more than 10, 000 people) to be used in order to increase or repair a slow metabolism. Includes metabolism-boosting nutrition, supplement recommendations depending on your symptoms, and a body-temperature test. The book provides solutions and help for: a slow metabolism, weight problems, obesity, diabetes, hypothyroidism and other related symptoms.

Ecohealth Research In Practice

Author: Dominique F. Charron
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781461405177
Size: 71.46 MB
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This book is about doing innovative research to achieve sustainable and equitable change in people’s health and well-being through improved interactions with the environment. It presents experiences from the field of ecosystem approaches to health (or ecohealth research) and some insights and lessons learned. It builds on previous literature, notably Forget (1997), Forget and Lebel (2001), Lebel (2003), and Waltner-Toews et al. (2008). Through case-studies and other contributions by researchers supported by Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the book presents evidence of real changes in conditions of people, their health, and the ecosystems that support them. These changes were derived from applications of an ecosystem approach to health in developing regions of the world. The book also illustrates the resulting body of applied, participatory, and action research that improved health and environmental management in developing countries and, in many cases, influenced policies and practices.

Early Life Origins Of Human Health And Disease

Author: John P. Newnham
Publisher: Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers
ISBN: 380559139X
Size: 69.97 MB
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There is compelling evidence that many of the risks leading to the most frequent chronic diseases in adulthood originate in the earliest stages of life. Adverse environmental conditions in utero and during infancy can lead to negative health effects during the subsequent lifetime of the exposed individual.This book offers precious insights into the latest concepts and results from epidemiologic, clinical and basic studies in this burgeoning area of health care. The developmental origins of various diseases such as diabetes, obesity and cancer are examined, as well as the early programming of reproductive health and different organs. Attention is given to the impact of environmental factors such as nutrition and pollution, and the mediating genetic and epigenetic pathways are reviewed. A crucial point under discussion is the concept of environmental insults adversely affecting not only the exposed persons, but also their descendants. In addition, the economic consequences of a suboptimal start to life and the importance of preventive measures are stressed.This publication is of great value to anyone interested in health care, notably to specialists in obstetrics, pediatrics, internal medicine, obesity, diabetes and heart disease.