Defining Obesity and Overweight

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● Chapter 8
● Learning Objectives
● Introduction
● Defining Obesity and Overweight
● Epidemiology of Obesity and Overweight
● Medical and Social Costs of Obesity
● Determinants of Obesity
● Obesity Prevention and Treatment Interventions
● Public Health Policy Options for Addressing the Global Obesity Epidemic
● Coordinated School Health Programs
● Where Do We Go From Here?
● Cigarette Consumption and Public Health Initiatives
● Diet Confusion: Weighing the Evidence

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obesity, ., health, public, overweight, policy, address, epidemic, global, intervention, treatment, option,

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chapter ۸ addressing the obesity epidemic an issue for public health policy learning objectives define the terms obesity and overweight as they apply to adults. define the terms overweight and at risk for overweight as they apply to children. describe the epidemiology of obesity and overweight among adults and children. learning objectives explain how to assess and survey obesity and overweight in the population. list and discuss determinants of obesity and overweight. discuss various interventions and intervention strategies for the prevention and treatment of obesity and overweight among adults and children. learning objectives describe potential public health strategies to prevent obesity including examples of current and proposed policies and legislation. introduction during the past ۱۵ years obesity has emerged as a significant public health problem in both adults and children. genetics and societal and environmental factors contribute to the rising number of obese individuals. defining obesity and overweight in adults overweight is defined as a body mass index bmi between ۲۵ and ۲۹.۹ whereas obesity is defined as a bmi greater than ۳ . in children overweight is defined as a bmi above the cdc growth chart criterion of ۹۵th percentile whereas at risk for overweight is defined as a bmi between the ۸۵th and ۹۵th percentiles. epidemiology of obesity and overweight epidemiology of obesity and overweight two national surveys from which obesity data is regularly obtained the national health and nutrition examination study nhanes behavioral risk factor surveillance system brfss epidemiology of obesity and overweight the youth risk behavior surveillance system yrbss provides the prevalence of youth bmi by state. the data are self reported and limited to high school students. mississippi and tennessee reported the highest rates for overweight utah wyoming and idaho were the lowest medical and social costs of obesity the surgeon general’s report ۲ ۱ estimated the total economic burden of obesity to be ۱۱۷ billion in ۲ . medical and social costs of obesity obesity is costly to society because it is associated with chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease type ۲ diabetes hypertension stroke dyslipidemia osteoarthristis medical and social costs of obesity obesity is costly to society because it is associated with chronic diseases including selected cancers gallbladder disease sleep breathing disorders musculoskeletal disorders medical and social costs of obesity overall quality of life is often worse with increasing obesity and obese people experience prejudice and discrimination. determinants of obesity determinants of obesity can be related to either dietary intake or physical activity or both. they can be genetic psychological behavioral or environmental. determinants of obesity referred to more frequently in the literature as causes of obesity are an obesogenic environment or one that promotes obesity. a toxic environment or one that limits the opportunities for physical activity. excess weight accumulation occurs with an imbalance in energy caused by either a surplus of energy intake or lack of energy expenditure. determinants of obesity genetic risk factors psychosocial risk factors depression comfort eating behavioral risk factors caloric intake types of food consumed physical activity use of television video games and computers determinants of obesity environmental risk factors other technological innovations in food production and transportation other technological changes portion sizes eating away from home and consumption of fast foods maternal employment urban sprawl and the built environment poverty obesity prevention and treatment interventions in public health applications interventions that address body weight are often preventive rather than treatment oriented. the goal of an obesity prevention program is to maintain a stable weight and not increase body size over time in contrast to an obesity treatment program in which the primary goal is to lose weight over time. obesity prevention and treatment interventions current recommendations for obesity treatment lifestyle therapy weight management techniques increases in physical activity behavioral therapy goal setting clinical therapies pharmacotherapy weight loss surgery obesity prevention and treatment interventions adult interventions most adult based obesity interventions have centered on clinical approaches to obesity treatment and thus haven’t been largely successful. worksite health promotion programs have shown modest effects on weight in the short term. obesity prevention and treatment interventions child and adolescent interventions largely implemented in the school environment tended to be most effective when they included a component of decreasing television viewing public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic although obesity is a significant public health issue efforts to control obesity at the public policy level in the united states are lacking. public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic obesity surveillance and monitoring efforts public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic awareness building education and research department of health and human services dhhs centers for disease control and prevention cdc national institutes of health nih public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic awareness building education and research continued united states department of agriculture usda federal trade commission ftc recent legislative efforts public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic regulating environments the food environment the school environment the built environment public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic private enforcement and litigation personal responsibility in food consumption act h.r. ۳۳۹ commonsense consumption act s ۱۴۲۸ public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic pricing policies the u.s. congress supports food industries particularly agribusiness through subsidies price fixing and price supports. in response price policies such as subsidies and taxing have been suggested as a way to reverse the obesity epidemic. public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic societal level solutions in general low socioeconomic status ses groups are more likely to be obese than their high ses counterparts in industrialized countries. upper ses groups are more likely to be obese in developing countries. in developing nations childhood obesity is most prevalent in wealthier sections of the population. public health policy options for addressing the global obesity epidemic societal level solutions continued a primary goal of public health initiatives addressing the global obesity epidemic is to increase the consciousness in the non health sectors of the potential adverse effects of their various actions on the ability of …

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