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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Ominivore's Dilemma Book. It needs to be at least 500 words.im that it is actually the combination of obesity and myriad other health problems whic
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Ominivore's Dilemma Book. It needs to be at least 500 words.
im that it is actually the combination of obesity and myriad other health problems which accompany obesity like hypertension, fatigue, and decreased physical activity, which lead to the development of full blown cardiovascular complications.
In response to the alarming rate by which morbid and moderate obesity is seen increasing in surgery patients, research was carried out recently by Park et al. (2011) to assess the impact of obesity on specific perioperative outcomes like myocardial infarctions and long-term outcomes like renal dysfunction. The theme of this research is that though obesity plays a major role in independently raising risk factor for diseases like coronary artery disease (CAD), secondary hypertension, and diabetes mellitus, still it should not be thought of as an independent risk factor for adverse perioperative and long-term clinical results following surgeries like aneurysm repair. Many conventional thinking based articles and talkshow hosts blame obesity to be independently related to not just some specific diseases but almost all major clinical complications. Though this leads people to adopt precautionary measures against obesity, but such an action comes at cost of development of a great confusion in society. People have a right to know that obesity does not play the role of an independent risk factor for every disease every time. Diaz et al. (2009) also claim that morbid obesity never turns up as an independent risk factor for mortality in seriously ill trauma patients. The research conducted by Diaz et al. (2009) on trauma patients was to assess all the risk factors which posed highest risk for death. Among all such risk factors, obesity got out ruled for independently being capable enough to cause death in trauma patients. Whether obesity be seen as a primary cause of a disease or simply as an aggravating factor, fact is that even cardiovascular diseases develop due to certain excess morbidity associated with obesity like lack of