New Progress in Weight Loss: Scientists Discover Ways to Reduce Food Intake

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Obesity has become an increasingly serious global problem. Data show that since 1975, the number of obese people worldwide has increased twofold, and more and more people’s lives and health are affected by obesity. Researchers around the world have been trying to explore ways to lose weight. Some progresses have been made lately on how to reduce food intake and accelerate fat breakdown.

According to the World Population Review, in 2022, the global obese population is about 2.1 billion, about 30 percent of the global population, and the number continues to increase. The report uses the body weight index (BMI) as a measurement indicator. A BMI of more than 30 is considered obese, and a normal person’s BMI is between 18.5 and 25.

Obesity not only affects a person’s quality of life, but also increases the risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer. Obese pregnant women may develop complications that can lead to health problems for both mother and child.

A research team led by The Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) believes that the most effective way to deal with obesity is to reduce food intake.

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