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Obesity, simply put, is carrying too much fatty tissue in the body. Too much is defined as 20 percent greater than the ideal weight given in the standard height/weight tables, such as the one below.
     Overweight, on the other hand, means weighing more than the number of pounds recommended for your height and body build. Just being overweight doesn't necessarily imply a health risk. What's far more important is whether or not you're over fat, and you can't determine that simply by stepping on the scale. The most accurate way to determine whether you are over weight or obese (or neither of these) is to have your body fat measured.
     The fat in our blood is different from the fat stored in our bellies, thighs, or extra chins. Stored fat represents extra calories, which we might have consumed as fat, protein, or carbohy­drates. Blood fats, on the other hand, are active fats that are being transported throughout the body to perform specific du­ties. And in order to get to where they're going, triglycerides and cholesterol, the two major kinds of blood fats, have to hitch a ride on proteins. These fat-protein combinations are called lipo­proteins and there are several different kinds. The high-density lipoproteins (HDL) bind up cholesterol and carry it to the liver where it is disposed of. The higher the HDL level, the better for your health because it helps to keep the arteries clean. The low density lipoproteins (LDL) carry cholesterol to the walls of the arteries and deposit it there; therefore the lower your LDL levels the better. The very low density lipoproteins (VLDL) and the chylomicrons carry the triglycerides from the intestine into the blood system. Once in the tiny blood vessels of the muscle and fatty tissue, 90 percent of the chylomicron triglycerides are taken out of the circulation by enzymes called lipases. Thanks to the lipases, some of the fat we eat is used for energy, while the rest is stored in fat cells.


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