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Sarcopenic obesity

Sarcopenic obesity

Sarcopenic obesity Summary: Sarcopenic obesity is a lack of muscle (thin, weak muscles) in someone with obesity (a body mass index over 30 kg/m2). However, it is now also recognised in some individuals with a normal weight but with increased body fat percentage. The...

Obesity as a disease

Obesity as a disease

OBESITY: SHOULD WE CALL IT A DISEASE? Summary: There is now a vast volume of evidence to support the definition of obesity as a disease. Epidemiological research has identified genetic factors, metabolic disturbances, alterations of intestinal hormones and of the gut...

THE PnK METHOD: The multidisciplinary team approach

THE PnK METHOD: The multidisciplinary team approach

I have described the scientific approach underlying the PnK Method here. In this article I would like to describe the teams PronoKal has put together to help patients achieve their goals. There are many aspects to weight loss and maintaining a healthy weight and...

THE PnK METHOD: The scientific approach

THE PnK METHOD: The scientific approach

PronoKal was set up in 2004 to provide a scientifically based programme to achieve effective weight loss, getting rid of excess fat while preserving muscle. The initial PronoKal Method was very effective. However, developing research showed how metabolic-triggered...

Slow vs Rapid weight loss

Slow vs Rapid weight loss

Debate continues into how the rate of weight loss might affect the long-term efficacy of a weight-loss programme. For many years, most experts in nutrition argued that rapid weight loss is always followed by rapid weight regain, and perhaps even to a higher weight...

What is Lipoinflammation?

What is Lipoinflammation?

Also known as meta-inflammation (from “metabolic-triggered inflammation”) or chronic background inflammation associated with obesity, lipoinflammation refers to the low-grade inflammation that arises in adipose (fat) tissue as it increases in volume, i.e. as a person...

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