Learn about the link between Obesity and Chemical Imbalance with Martin D. Fried MD.
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Obesity and Chemical Imbalance Male: Times like confrontations with the kid is it’s the potential with BMI over 30s in adults and this kid is going to be heavy. The first thing to say that all let’s do a bunch of lab tests deal from that really produces anything. Male: At a BMI of 30 it’s low at 35—we talked about these ones before but at 35 you’re at risk of diabetes have increased. It actually increases—according to your— Male: Obese is—what we call the chemical imbalance it’s not the kid’s fault it’s something— Male: It’s insulin resistance as they gain more and more weight. Male: We agree with it but they think it’s—the reason the kid is heavy is the kid has a chemical imbalance as suppose to the risk of getting diabetes the other way you’re looking. You’re looking at this—the kid is at risk to have a prominent cause of obesity. They’re thinking the kid has a chemical imbalance but allegedly obesity. Everybody thinks that I don’t understand that. Male: That’s because people don’t want to take responsibility for what they’re eating, the choices that they’re making. Male: And if the kid is very heavy and is used to diabetic now or pre-diabetic all our concerns about thyroid disease and other things but that isn’t the reason why the kid get heavy usually is because to much in—you’re going to have storage, the storage called—is that correct? So that little idea that’s a chemical imbalance I don’t know where it came from it’s really is typical. Male: The food in those lifestyle induced imbalance.
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