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Obesity is a global and national epidemic. Though the known causes of obesity include inadequate body activity and poor diet, the public discuss on this issue never includes computer use an activity that is sedentary, addictive and that has an effect on diet and in fact every aspect of a computer user’s life.
Adetutu seeks to shake everyone out of this self denial and provide information to help all computer users in making informed decisions on how to establish non self destructive computer use.
Adetutu Ijose shows the reader how computer use is a contributory factor to the growing obesity trend and provides answers to the question – what do we do to reverse the trend.
Computer use is sedentary in nature and indispensable to the modern way of life.
It comes with a cost that must be weighed and considered when making health related choices in today’s world as many of the issues we face can be linked in part to its effect on health.
Aetutu provides practical preventive and management solutions for both adult and childhood obesity.
This book is a must read as all her other books are for all computer users who want to remain healthy in today’s world.

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Table of Contents

An Important Caution

Chapter 1:What is Obesity

Chapter 2: The Known Risk Factors for Obesity

Chapter 3: Childhood Obesity

Chapter 4: Where Computer Use Comes in

Chapter 5: Assisting Childhood Obesity Sufferers

Chapter 6: More Obesity Trend Statistics

Chapter 7: More Suggested Practical Solutions

Chapter 8: Why it is so Hard to Change Behavior

Note to the Reader


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Chapter 1

What is Obesity

According to the National Library of Medicine – Pubmed Health ¹–¹, Obesity means having too much body fat.

The article stresses that it is not the same as being overweight, which means weighing too much. A person may be overweight from extra muscle, bone, or water, as well as from having too much fat.

Both terms however mean that a person's weight is higher than what is thought to be healthy for his or her