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Nutrition interventions for obesity and metabolic disorders.

Obesity and metabolic disorders have become significant public health concerns worldwide. Nutrition interventions play a crucial role in managing and preventing these conditions. Obesity is a complex condition characterized by excessive body fat accumulation. It increases the risk of developing metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and certain cancers. Poor dietary habits, sedentary lifestyle, and genetic factors contribute to the development of obesity. Maintaining a healthy energy balance is key to managing obesity. It involves consuming an appropriate amount of calories that matches the body's energy needs. Nutrition interventions focus on promoting a negative energy balance by reducing calorie intake and increasing energy expenditure through physical activity. Increasing dietary fiber intake through whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes can aid in weight management. Fiber-rich foods provide satiety, improve glycemic control, and promote a healthy gut

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 M.Sc.,PDCR.,PhD Head, Dept of Dietetics, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai

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Obesity and metabolic disorders have become significant public health concerns worldwide. Nutrition interventions play a crucial role in managing and preventing these conditions. Obesity is a complex condition characterized by excessive body fat accumulation. It increases the risk of developing metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and certain cancers. Poor dietary habits, sedentary lifestyle, and genetic factors contribute to the development of obesity. Maintaining a healthy energy balance is key to managing obesity. It involves consuming an appropriate amount of calories that matches the body's energy needs. Nutrition interventions focus on promoting a negative energy balance by reducing calorie intake and increasing energy expenditure through physical activity. Increasing dietary fiber intake through whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes can aid in weight management. Fiber-rich foods provide satiety, improve glycemic control, and promote a healthy gut