North Carolina weight loss
As per 2010 census, North Carolina has an an estimated total population of 9,535,483 of which adults age 18 and over comprise of 76.1%.
- 1 Adult Overweight and Obesity Overweight and Obesity in North Carolina
- 2 Dietary Behaviors
- 3 Physical Activity
- 4 Adolescent Overweight and Obesity Overweight and Obesity
- 5 Unhealthy Dietary Behaviors
- 6 Physical Activity
- 7 What went wrong with our diet?
- 8 Ted Talks: Why blaming the obese is blaming the victim?
- 9 Causes of weight gain in North Carolina
- 10 What’s causing your weight gain? - North Carolina weight loss
- 11 Could insulin resistance explain your weight gain?
- 12 What really causes your weight gain?
- 13 STOP Blaming The Victim For Obesity
- 14 Is low vitamin D due to unhealthy belly fat?
- 15 Weight loss options in North Carolina
- 16 North Carolina weight loss doctor
- 17 Also see
- 18 External links
- 19 Sponsors
- 20 Tired of being overweight? W8MD can help! W8MD Weight Loss, Sleep & Aesthetic Services
- 21 North Carolina weight loss clinics
- 22 Lose weight in North Carolina from home
- 23 Physicians join W8MD network of weight loss physicians
- 24 Insurances for weight
- 25 Diet for weight loss in North Carolina
- 26 Exercises for weight loss in North Carolina
- 27 Weight loss medications
- 28 New weight loss medications Qsymia and Belviq
- 29 Before and after weight loss pictures North Carolina
- 30 Videos for weight loss North Carolina
- 31 Fast weight loss options North Carolina
- 32 Telemedicine for weight loss
- 33 World's best way to lose weight from home
- 34 Telemedicine weight loss and behavior coaching is here
- 35 How does the telemedicine weight loss coaching work?
- 36 Why choose W8MD telemedicine behavior coaching
- 37 Sponsors
- 38 Need help losing weight?
- 39 Follow weight loss and wellness on social media
Adult Overweight and Obesity Overweight and Obesity in North Carolina
- 64.9 were overweight, with a Body Mass Index of 25 or greater.
- 27.8% were obese, with a Body Mass Index of 30 or greater
- 25% of adults reported having consumed fruits at the recommended level of 2 or more times per day.
- 27.5% of adults reported having consumed vegetables at the recommended level of 3 or more times per day.
- 43.8% of adults achieved at least 300 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity or 150 minutes a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity (or an equivalent combination).
- 26.4% of North Carolina’s adults reported that during the past month, they had not participated in any physical activity.
Adolescent Overweight and Obesity Overweight and Obesity
- 14.6% were overweight (≥ 85th and < 95th percentiles for BMI by age and sex, based on reference data).
- 13.4% were obese (≥95th percentile BMI by age and sex, based on reference data).
Unhealthy Dietary Behaviors
- Fruit consumption: 72.4% ate fruits or drank 100% fruit juice less than 2 times per day during the 7 days before the survey (100% fruit juice or fruit).
- Vegetable consumption: 90.9% ate vegetables less than 3 times per day during the 7 days before the survey (green salad; potatoes, excluding French fries, fried potatoes, or potato chips; carrots; or other vegetables). * Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption: 32.5% drank a can, bottle, or glass of soda or pop (not including diet soda or diet pop) at least one time per day during the 7 days before the survey.
'Achieved recommended level of activity’
- Only 24.1% were physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on each of the 7 days prior to the survey.
- Participated in daily physical education: NA
- No activity: 19.7% did not participate in at least 60 minutes of physical activity on any day during the 7 days prior to the survey.
- Television viewing time: 36.2% watched television 3 or more hours per day on an average school day.
What went wrong with our diet?
Instead of blaming the victim for obesity, or yourself for obesity, it is important to understand what drives the weight gain, such as insulin resistance that affects up to 71 percent of the entire population out of which 35 percent already have metabolic syndrome.
With over 20,000 books written on this topic with so much misleading information, let a trained practicing weight loss physician, Dr Prab R. Tumpati,MD educate you on the true science and art of obesity medicine.
Why the food pyramid failed?
Metabolic starvation in the obese
Most people that gain weight are not on a mission to gain weight intentionally. It is the paradoxical metabolic starvation that happens in the obese due to insulin resistance with a compensatory increase in the anabolic hormone called insulin that drives weight gain, hunger and metabolic starvation leading to food cravings, and weight gain!
3 things wrong with our diet | How insulin resistance causes weight gain? | Causes of weight gain | Skin tags and insulin resistance | Sugar rush and crash | How to lose weight? | Weight loss information
Ted Talks: Why blaming the obese is blaming the victim?
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Causes of weight gain in North Carolina
What’s causing your weight gain? - North Carolina weight loss
- Up to 70 percent of the population in the United States deals with being overweight or obese
- 35 percent of all adults, according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are prediabetic and have significant insulin resistance while another 36 percent have some signs of insulin resistance
- Diabetes has increased by over 500 percent in the last 50 years or so and now affects 8 percent of the population.
Could insulin resistance explain your weight gain?
What really causes your weight gain?
STOP Blaming The Victim For Obesity
3 things wrong with our diet | How insulin resistance causes weight gain? | Causes of weight gain | Skin tags and insulin resistance | Sugar rush and crash | Causes of weight gain | Weight loss information
Is low vitamin D due to unhealthy belly fat?
The top causes of weight gain in North Carolina include the following:
- Insulin resistance - use this free w8md medical weight loss centers of America's tool to check if you might be insulin resistant that causes your weight gain, especially in the tummy!
- Eating disorders are a common cause of weight gain in North Carolina and other parts of the United States.
- Sleep disorders and weight gain are bidirectionally related where sleep problems lead to weight gain and weight gain in turn leads to sleep problems.
- Nutritional deficiencies are an important cause of weight gain in North Carolina.
- Hormonal imbalances can also cause weight gain.
- Stress related weight gain
- Genetic factors for excess weight gain
- Medication related weight gain
- other causes for weight gain in North Carolina
Weight loss options in North Carolina
- Weight loss medications - watch this youtube video on the review of the best weight loss medications for fast weight loss in North Carolina
- Physical activity for weight loss which only works in combination with diet as exercise on its own is shown to be pretty useless for weight loss since exercise stimulates appetite and builds heavier muscle tissue thereby negating any weight loss with calories burned. However, a combination of low calorie diet and exercise, or diet alone would work for weight loss but not exercise alone.
- Correction of insulin resistance, metabolic, sleep and other causes for weight gain in North Carolina for fast and effective weight loss.
- Surgical options for weight loss such as the gastric bypass surgery can be an option for some to lose weight in North Carolina although most might regain the weight even after surgery and a behavior weight loss program is still needed for long term weight loss success in North Carolina.
North Carolina weight loss doctor
Dr. Prab R. Tumpati, is a board certified physician with experience and training in the field of obesity medicine in addition to training in sleep medicine and internal medicine. As the founder of WikiMD, and W8MD medical weight loss centers of America, Dr. Tumpati is familiar with the concepts, science, and art of weight loss medicine. Physicians practicing in North Carolina interested in adding a W8MD medical weight loss program are welcome. Using telemedicine for weight loss for remote areas to provide obesity counseling and dietary, and weight loss coaching is a true miracle for many struggling to lose weight.
North Carolina weight loss clinics
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Lose weight in North Carolina from home
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Physicians join W8MD network of weight loss physicians
W8MD welcomes North Carolina physicians to join W8MD network of weight loss physicians and the unique W8MD medical weight loss centers of America's program at your medical office or clinic.
W8MD weight loss physicians understand the factors that lead to weight gain including hormonal(insulin resistance), social, environmental and genetic factors and work with each patient individually to help design a customized weight loss plan that suits their individual needs.
Insurances for weight
As the 2010 health care law or the Affordable Care Act, popularly called Obamacare, mandates health insurance coverage for obesity as it is considered a preventable medical problem. The only problem is that most medical weight loss programs may not accept health insurance although there are exceptions such as W8MD medical weight loss centers of America.
Diet for weight loss in North Carolina
One of the best ways to lose weight in North Carolina or other places safely and effectively is to consider a very low calorie diet of 800 calories with either complete or partial meal replacement using specially manufactured meal replacement weight loss supplements such as the vlcd diet from w8md medical weight loss centers of America. Understand the 5 clinically proven measures to lose weight in Philadelphia including low calorie and very low calorie diets.
Exercises for weight loss in North Carolina
Although exercise and physical activity is important for losing weight fast in North Carolina, it is important to understand it only works if used in combination with a reduced calorie diet for weight loss. Research shows that for weight loss, exercise alone is not a very useful tool for weight loss as exercise has a stimulating effect on weight loss, and it builds heavier muscle thereby compensating for any weight loss with burning of calories with exercise. Understand the role of exercise for weight loss in this youtube video from 52 weeks of weight loss and wellness video series.
Weight loss medications
In 2012, the FDA approved two new weight loss medications Qsymia and Belviq after years of rejecting many other weight loss medications. There are other traditional and time tested weight loss medications such as Phentermine, Phendimetrazine etc.
What works and what does not for losing weight?
Before and after weight loss pictures North Carolina
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Videos for weight loss North Carolina
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Fast weight loss options North Carolina
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Telemedicine for weight loss
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