Overweight or obesity Pernicious trend Type 2 diabetes Cardiovascular diseases
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Crujeiras, A.B. (Ana B.); Cordero, P. (Paul); Garcia-Diaz, D.F. (Diego F.); et al. "Molecular basis of the inflammation related to obesity". Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. 2019, 2019, 5250816
Almost two thousand millions of adults suffer from overweight or obesity in the world . After decades of research,
we understand that the solution to this problem is not easy, as
the pernicious trend is still increasing.
This disease is defined as an excessive fat accumulation
together with a moderate but chronic inflammation.
This accompanying proinflammatory status is considered
the link between obesity and the development of its related
comorbidities such as insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes,
cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and nonalcoholic fatty liver