Ethiopian Music 2019 - Estifanos Getahun - Hambof | (Official Video) - Tigrigna Music 2019

Age and BMI directly relate to metabolic syndrome (National Cholesterol Education Program 2001). The prevalence of this syndrome is higher (>40%) for older (>60 yr) adults than for younger (20–29 yr) adults (7%). Also, the prevalence of metabolic syndrome is much higher for obese (BMI > 30 kg/m2) individuals (~50%) than for normal weight (BMI ≤ 25 kg/m2) individuals (6.2%). Lifestyle must be modified in order to manage metabolic syndrome. The combination of healthy nutrition and increased physical activity is an effective way to increase HDL-C and to reduce blood pressure, body weight, triglycerides, and blood glucose levels. 2.2.7 Aging A sedentary lifestyle and lack of physical activity reduce life expectancy by predisposing the individual to aging-related diseases and by influencing the aging process itself. With aging, a progressive loss of physiological and metabolic functions occurs; however, biological aging may 
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