Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Obesity in Young at Higher Risk Renal Disease

 Cases of renal disease is generally caused by the type of beverage consumed. In fact, besides the risk of kidney disease caused by obesity in adolescence. These risks can be reduced if the teenager can lose weight. Obesity in young at higher risk renal disease disorders in adulthood.

Research on the health effects of obesity for renal conducted by a team led Dr.Asaf Vivante which collects data on nearly 1.2 million children aged 17 years. Respondents are teenagers who will take the test military in Israel between January 1967 and December 1997.

The researchers then connect these young people with the condition documentation of end-stage renal disease. During the 30 years of the study period, they found 700 men and 160 women suffering from end-stage renal failure.

Vivante estimate the risk of renal failure increased six-fold in those who are overweight and 19-fold in those who were obese.

Interestingly, the risk of renal disease was not only higher in those who suffer from diabetes but also healthy people without diabetes.

Even so, according to Dr.David Katz, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center, said that the weight is not the sole factor trigger renal disease. "Another factor involved is the lifestyle or the environment," he said.

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