Bulanov Yu.B. Zhirotopka, 2005
Obesity is a disease, a disease that is characterized by an excessive accumulation of fat in the body. And this excess accumulation is dangerous to health. In developed countries, only in the last 10 years, the number of obese patients has increased by 2 times. Now we take note of only the following facts: obese people die of diabetes 4 times more often than those who have normal body weight, coronary heart disease 2 times more often, from gallstone disease 2-2.5 times and from liver cirrhosis - 1.5–2 times. The average life expectancy of obese people is 10 years less than that of all others. From here it becomes clear why fat burning has now become such a pressing problem.