Fight Against Eating Disorder

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In a previous article we talked about Fight Against Breast Cancer. Here today we are going to talk about eating disorder.Which is mostly common in our generation nowadays, this article will help you to aware about eating disorder.Our goal is a better life for everyone.

What is eating disorder ?

Eating disorder means inadequate or improper way of in taking of food which ultimately damaged individual well being. Eating disorder  occur at any stage but generally it founded in teen age or young age children.

Types of eating disorders

There are three type of eating disorder which are as follows

1) Anorexia Nervosa

The person who are suffering from anorexia nervosa often seem that they are  not able to intake calories and often shows that they have a intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat.

There are some symptoms which are found in a person who are suffering from anorexia nervosa

  • Dramatic weight lose
  • Wearing loose cloth to hide their weight loss
  • Avoiding meal time
  • Exercise
  • Complaining about stomach pain or constipation

2) Bulimia Nervosa

The people who suffer from bulimia nervosa have a habit of eating amount of food followed by fating or exercise to compensate for overeating. Unlike anorexia, people who are suffering from bulimia are often have a normal weight, but they have a still  fear of gaining weight and distorted body image.  If this problem is not treated in well manner then it caused long term health problem like heart problem, dental or kidney problem.

Following are the common sign of bulimia nervosa

  • Fear of eating in front of strange people’s
  • Wearing baggy cloth to hide body
  • Complaint about being fat
  • Constantly on dieting

3) Binge eating disorder

People who are suffer from binge eating disorder may have a frequent consumption of food where they binge on large quantity of food. People of bulimia disorder gets out of control during there time and felt guilty about it. In Binge eating disorder people do not fast or exercise they are usually over-weighted or obese. If it is not treated in well manner then it can leads to big heath issue which is not good.Behavioral weight reduction programs can be helpful both with weight loss and with controlling the urge to binge eat.  Eating disorders are treatable, and with the right treatment and support.

Follow are the sign of binge eating disorder

  • Skipping meal in front of others
  • Wearing baggy cloth
  • Constantly on diet

Causes of eating disorder

  • Irregular hormone function
  • Nutritional deficiency
  • Genetic

Symptoms of eating disorder

  • Avoidance of social function, friend, family, may become isolated
  • Switching between period of overeating and fasting.
  • Constant weight fluctuation
  • Depression

Treatment of eating disorder

Treatment of overeating can be treated in well manner by recognizing the signs and symptoms of an eating disorder, people can also monitor about their life style and and proper healthy eating  so that they can get their lives back on track. There are some points or a medical treatment which is be helpful for the person who are suffer from overeating disorder over come their situation

  • Medical care and monitering
  • Nutrition
  • Therapy
  • Medication

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What is BMR, BMI and RMR ?

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When we talk about fitness. Have your heard about these things like BMR, BMI, RMR ? and with fitness, what’s the connection these things ? If not , don’t worry, this article will help you. This pretty  world is based on  numbers. Everything is based on it. If you want to succeed in your business, you need numbers. If you want to succeed in fitness, you need numbers too.

BMI (Body mass index)

Body mass index (BMI) is a calculated number representing a person’s level of fat or obesity level. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a BMI of 30 or above indicates obesity.

BMI levels are broken down by weight range and are as follows

  • BMI < 18.5 is underweight
  • BMI 18.5-24.9 is normal weight
  • BMI 25-29.9 is overweight
  • BMI 30-34.9 indicates obesity
  • BMI > 40 indicates morbid obesity

BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)

Basal Metabolic Rate is an estimate of how many calories your body needed  when you do nothing. Everybody requires a minimum number of calories to live. This minimum number is called the BMR. If you think, you don’t need calories, just because you stayed in bed all day , you are wrong my friend.Your organs required particular amount of calories ,it doesn’t matter you stayed in bed all day. Your BMR is the number of calories needed to your organ to be functional while you perform no activity whatsoever.

Why is it important to know our Basal Metabolic Rate?

Once you know your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), you can use it to calculate the calories you actually burn in a day. From there, you can determine how many calories your body need to eat, to gain muscle, lose fat, or maintain your weight.

Use our app  by clicking here  ★BMR CALCULATOR

What’s the difference between BMR  and RMR  ?

RMR which stands for “Resting Metabolic Rate.”The term BMR is sometimes used as synonymous with RMR. Although they are not technically the same.The difference is that while BMR only measures basic processes of  blood circulation, breathing and temperature regulation in a completely resting state, RMR also includes energy expended by immune system, digestion system and non-exercise daily movements, like getting dressed and lifting your fork to your mouth.

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★ How many calories ?
★ How many protein ?
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★ How many fats ?

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