Overweight people tend to have Gallstone 7 times more than a person who has average weight. Gallstones are firm particles in the gallbladder that lead to abdominal pain and nausea.
By: Siddiqu The Personal Trainer
Recently I’ve had an epiphany regarding weight loss and exercise. It is that individuals, who are overweight or out of shape know that it is a problem, but have no real idea of the long-term repercussions of what excess weight does to their health. A study by the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey found that over 65% of Americans are overweight or obese. As this figures rises, so do the associated health problems and accompanying medical costs, estimated to be at nearly $150 billion annually in the U.S. With more than 15% of American children currently obese, it’s obvious it’s not going to stop anytime soon. The problem with these staggering statistics is that the average overweight person is willing to just live with their situation and make no serious changes. I need to make this clear, being overweight is one of the most dangerous things a person can do to their health. Here is a list of the 4 conditions an overweight person is almost guaranteed to eventually face if they don’t make some serious changes.