COVID-19, another reason for the fight against obesity, according to AORA Health

 

 

 


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AORA Health recalls that overweight prevention is as important as treatment, with a control of fats and sugars and avoiding excessive intake of food

Overweight and obesity pose a prevalent health problem in Spain as, according to data from the last National Health Survey, 18.2 per cent of men and 16.7 per cent of women suffer from obesity, increasing the percentages to 44.3 per cent of men and 30 per cent of women in the case of overweight.

To the main health problems derived from excess weight, such as: Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and hypertension, respiratory diseases such as apnea, increased risk of cancer, osteoarthritis, and a worsening perception of quality of life, which may result in psychological problems; it has also joined a higher risk of COVID-19 infection and greater chances of the disease getting worse. This is because excess weight is associated with greater predisposition to thrombus formation and other factors such as hypertension, an altered immune response and a chronic state of inflammation.

 

Several retrospective analyses have determined that approximately 40% of patients admitted to U.S., French and UK hospitals by COVID-19 had obesity. [i] and many of them needed assisted ventilation.

Prevention of overweight and obesity with the support of natural fibers
Despite its significant prevalence, excess weight can be prevented and controlled by limiting energy intake from fats and sugars, adopting a healthy and balanced diet that includes fruits, vegetables, legumes, cereals and nuts and performing a continuous physical activity, adapted to the age and characteristics of each person.

However, sometimes adopting proper eating habits is not easy, as there are factors such as stress, anxiety, lack of time and the high availability of food produced, fast and at a low cost, which make it difficult for an appropriate diet. SEO y posicionamiento SEO

AORA Health, Spanish pharmaceutical laboratory specialized in the creation of high-value nutraceuticals, has developed an adult health product that supports weight loss and obesity prevention, through a patented complex soluble and insoluble vegetable fibers of apple, oatmeal and carrot.

AORA Slim contributes to reducing excessive intake of calories in a natural way, combining three effects: fat catching, sugar catching and satiating effect. AORA Slim capsules release fibers in the stomach, which expand by creating a network, when they come into contact with the food bowl. In this process, the fiber network captures part of fats and sugars, which are naturally eliminated through the digestive system and coats the stomach, slowing down the absorption of remaining sugars and fats. In addition, the expansion of fibers causes a satiating effect, which prevents excessive intake of food and consumption between hours.

Clinical studies conducted by AORA Health in patients with BMI over 25 and between 28 and 64 years old showed a total weight loss of up to 2.78 kg. In the first 30 days, without following a specific diet; BMI decreased at one point. In addition, these studies show that weight loss occurred at the level of body fat and not of lean mass. On the other hand, 90% of participants in clinical trials had a strong or very strong sense of satiety.

AORA Slim is a class II A health product, indicated for weight loss and obesity prevention according to Directive 93/42/EEC and authorized by the Spanish Medicines Agency.

[i] Article on Obesity of Dr. Eva Fernández Breton, published on the official website of the Ministry of Health https://www.mscbs.gob.es/biblioPublic/publications/resources_propios/review_cdrom/Supplements/Pildoras/pildora14.htm

COVID-19, another reason for the fight against obesity, according to AORA Health

COVID-19, another reason for the fight against obesity, according to AORA Health

AORA Health recalls that overweight prevention is as important as treatment, with a control of fats and sugars and avoiding excessive intake of food /COMUN

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2024-05-20

 

COVID-19, another reason for the fight against obesity, according to AORA Health
COVID-19, another reason for the fight against obesity, according to AORA Health

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