Australia (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
It’s a rarely contested fact that obesity greatly contributes to premature death. Now researchers are finding that the more overweight a male is in his 20’s the greater the chance that he won’t see his 60’s, making weight loss supplements such as Prescopodene beneficial for helping men survive until at least retirement age.
In a study published on April 29, 2013 in the BMJ Open, an online medical journal, researchers referenced 6,502 males born in 1955 in Denmark. Beginning at the age of 22, they followed these individuals for 33 years or until their death, whichever came first.
They found that, of the participants they tracked, 48% of them were either diagnosed with a heart issue, type 2 diabetes, had a stroke or died. When they looked at which of them were overweight versus regular weight, they found the risk difference to be 28% higher for the larger males.
Men who were overweight were eight times more likely to have a type 2 diabetes diagnosis, four times more likely to suffer from venous thromboembolism and two times more likely to have hypertension, a heart attack or die.
Therefore, men who weigh more than they should in their earlier years are almost 30% more likely to suffer from major medical issues, if not death. This suggests that weight loss supplements like Prescopodene may help men keep their weight under control and thereby increase the length of their life.
Prescopodene is an all-natural weight loss supplement that suppresses appetite, increases energy and aids in weight loss. It contains ingredients such as green tea, grape seed extract, vitamin C and ginger root.
About Prescopodene Nutritionals:
Prescopodene Nutritionals is helping people around the world lose weight, improve their health, and maximize their daily satisfaction. With a catalog of healthy living products that is winning awards and recognition, the company is delivering all-natural weight loss solutions to customers around the globe. Prescopodene Nutritionals is based in Australia and the USA and their CEO is Jack Smythe.