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Simple obesity

Simple obesity is the most common type of obesity, accounting for about 95% of the obese population. Such patients have a relatively uniform distribution of body fat, no endocrine disorders, and no metabolic disorders. Their families often have a history of obesity. This kind of obesity mainly caused by genetic factors and excess nutrition is called simple obesity.


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