Obesity is an excess proportion of total body fat. A person is considered obese when his or her weight is 20% or more above normal weight. The most common measure of obesity is the body mass index or BMI. A person is considered overweight if his or her BMI is between 25 and 29.9; a person is considered obese if his or her BMI is over 30.

"Morbid obesity" means that a person is either 50%-100% over normal weight, more than 100 pounds over normal weight, has a BMI of 40 or higher, or is sufficiently overweight to severely interfere with health or normal functions.

-     Being seriously overweight.
-    Obesity occurs when a person consumes more calories than he or she burns. For many people this boils down to eating too much and exercising too little.
-    Age (the older you get, the slower your metabolism).
-    Gender (Women tend to be more overweight than men).
-    Genetics
-    Physical activity
-    Illness (hormone problems)
-    Medication
Suggested Treatment
-    Start doing exercises
-    Change diet to a healthy and nutritional diet suited to your lifestyle.
-    Take a nutritional shake.
-    Increase chromium picolinate intake to manage carbohydrates and energy.
-    Take a natural appetite suppressant (Garcinia Camboga fruit extract).
-    Increase fiber source.
Nutritional Shake.  Replace one meal daily.  Contains vegetable proteins, fiber, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, amino-acids and enzymes.
Garcinia Plus Tablets.  3 tablets daily, 20 minutes before each meal.  Natural appetite suppressant and contains chromium picolinate to manage glucose and metabolism.
Forever Lean Tablets.  3 tablets daily, 1 with each meal.  Absorbs fat and slows body's absorption of sugar in the small intestine.
Bee Pollen Tablets.  3 daily, 1 with each meal.  Stimulates the metabolism assisting in weight management. 
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