Nutritional Status and Sedentary Lifestyle of Individuals A review

Ameer Arsalan Hadi, Pary (2021) Nutritional Status and Sedentary Lifestyle of Individuals A review. International Journal of Modern Agriculture, 10 (2).

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The nutritional status of individuals is linked with the Health status of the Individual groups and related to the balance of the Lifestyle and dietary habits of the population group. The Sedentary Lifestyle is a type of an inactive behavior status of the Individuals such as sitting, watching television, playing digital games, using Computer, Social Media and office works that result in more fast foods and high-calorie nutrient intakes, the studies, and outcomes of the Sedentary Lifestyle and behavior and its effect on the health status of the age groups have been determined as well as the prevalence of the Sedentary Lifestyle on chronic diseases such as obesity and overweight, type 2 diabetes, heart diseases, Mental health conditions, Autism, and depression[22]. The role of the Sedentary Lifestyle on the Global individuals in the developed and undeveloped countries has been observed. discussion of the relationship between a Sedentary Lifestyle and nutrient intake of the individuals within the replacement by physical activities. and analysis of the published studies and data researches that deal with the discussion of the results and connections between Sedentary Lifestyle and age, gender, BMI, level of Education, Marital Status, and change of weight during 6 months and guidelines to avoid or reduce Sedentary behavior and activities have been determined.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sedentary Lifestyle, Nutritional Status, Chronic Diseases, Nutrient Intake, Physical Activities
Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
Depositing User: TIU ePrints Admin
Date Deposited: 13 Nov 2022 11:24
Last Modified: 13 Nov 2022 11:24

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