Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease
As per the report of American Heart Association, is the leading global cause of death, killing over 17.3 million people in worldwide and 375,000 Americans. A number that is expected to grow to more than 23.6 million by 2030. Among them, 48 percent are young women and 46 percentage are young men who are considered obese. Until recently the relationship between and was viewed as indirect. Insights of and session focus to deliver the knowledge about coronary heart disease risk including hypertension; dyslipidemia particularly decreases in HDL cholesterol and impaired glucose tolerance or non–insulin-dependent .