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What is obesity?

Obesity and overweight which affects 10-14% of adults globally is defined as an abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents with adverse risks to health. Globally, it affects 10-14% of adults. It carries with it secondary health risks such as heart disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, cancer, breathing problems and kidney and liver diseases. It’s development is most commonly a result of an imbalance between calories consumed (from food and drink), and calories used by the body. There are also several other factors that contribute to this imbalance beyond a person’s control.

We collaborate with key opinion leaders, healthcare providers, and researchers to develop and bring science-based nutritional solutions for weight management and associated health conditions. Our goal is to improve people's quality of life – wherever they are on their weight loss journey.