Normal-weight Obesity: A Hidden Pandemic View Full Text


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2020-12-15

AUTHORS

Shajith Anoop , Nitin Kapoor

ABSTRACT

There is a large proportion of individuals affected with type 2 diabetes and metabolic disorders in the south Asian population. However, as per the recent global burden of disease study, there are very few individuals with obesity located in this region. This paradox has reinforced the concept of normal-weight obesity, actually originated in 1981 as metabolically obese normal-weight individual (MONW). It is defined as presence of normal weight despite presence of an increased body fat percentage. The several deterrents in the diagnosis and management of normal-weight obesity, as well as of metabolically normal obese subjects, are addressed in this chapter. More... »

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347-359

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