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Environmental factors are absolutely pivotal to our understanding of the causes of obesity. Despite the very significant influence of genetic inheritance, the gene pool within Europe has not changed significantly over the past l000 years. The obesity epidemic is a modern phenomenon - in particular of the past 20 years - and is much more likely to represent changes in the environment. If we consider that we evolved genetically to be able to accumulate and store fat in times of plenty, so that we could survive during times of need, those of us who have survived are therefore descendants of those 'fat storers'. It is therefore understandable that we should be able to accumulate body fat mass from an historical, survival point of view. The problem is that we now rarely experience times of need, and our ability to consume and absorb energy as fat is no longer so important. As a result, we are rapidly growing fatter and suffering the consequences of comorbid disease. The current obesity epidemic should therefore be regarded as a normal reaction to an abnormal environment. Not only has the environment been very influential in creating our obesogenic lifestyles, it is also where we must look to effect long-term preventive policies and treatment strategies. rxfastfind.com


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