More Weight

More weight can mean more inflammation. However, reducing excess weight also tends to mean less inflammation. Gut inflammation may also be a contributing factor and can lead to weight gain. Breaking the cycle of obesity and inflammation is difficult, but not impossible. An excess of weight often equals more inflammation. It also can cause a cascade of hormonal adaptations that disrupt your body’s hunger signaling. Inflammation knocks the body out of balance. A healthy and balanced lifestyle is key to returning the body back to health and equilibrium. When obesity affects health, it can be considered a chronic medical condition, and it can be most effective to treat it that way. Exercise and a balanced diet made of whole, unprocessed foods can be part of the prescription to prevent many diseases. The important thing is that daily behaviors that start small can create lasting positive changes over time.