What the research says about rapid weight gain

Rapid weight gain is an emerging issue in the field of obesity research. 

Researchers are studying it as a way to explain why some people gain too much weight at a young age, or even why some develop obesity later in life. 

The research is based on a group of studies that has been conducted by a number of researchers over the last few years. 

In this article, we take a look at the research that has led to the rapid weight gains that have been observed in the past few years in many countries, and what this study has to say about obesity in general.

The studies that have looked at the question of rapid weight increase are all based on the results of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), a nationally representative study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

The NHANES is an ongoing study that collects data on the health and nutrition status of U.S. adults, and collects information about obesity prevalence. 

This data is collected from about 30,000 individuals across the U.K., Canada, and the U-S.A.  For example, over the past decade, researchers have found that in the U and U-K, the rate of obesity has been increasing.

The reason that this has happened is that the rate at which people become obese has been steadily increasing, and people who are overweight are getting older, which has led them to become more overweight.

This is why a lot of people who were obese in their teens, 20s, and 30s are now overweight.

So, in fact, the more overweight you are, the faster your body will start to change.

This is one reason why people who gained more weight in their 30s and 40s are starting to gain more weight later in their life.

A lot of the new research is now based on these data sets, and we’ve found that people are actually gaining more weight over time as they get older.

What this means is that they are gaining more fat as they age.

When you look at people who have gained more body weight in the last 10 to 15 years, you will find that most of them are now obese.

For example: Researchers from the University of Melbourne found that among people who had been obese at age 10 or more, the average body mass index (BMI) among people of that age group was 25.

However, when they looked at those people in their 50s, they found that the average BMI was 27.

These results suggest that people of this age group have been gaining more body fat over time.

Also, in this age range, there is a significant difference between those people who now weigh more and those who used to weigh less.

Researchers at University College London have also found that individuals who are obese are more likely to develop diabetes over the course of their life than those who are not obese. 

Another study has found that those who have been obese for a certain number of years have higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

One of the studies that was conducted by researchers at the University College of London found that obese individuals who had a BMI of 30 or higher had a greater risk of dying prematurely.

In this study, the researchers looked at 5,000 people and found that an obese individual with a BMI over 30 had a 1.3 times higher risk for dying prematurely than those with a normal BMI.

Another study that looked at 2,000 obese people over a 15-year period found that obesity increases the risk of diabetes.

Studies in Japan and China have also reported that obese people have a higher risk than the general population of developing hypertension.

Scientists are still looking at how rapid weight increases are associated with certain diseases.

We know that obesity is associated with hypertension, but there is not much we can do to prevent this disease.

One of the ways to prevent obesity is to reduce the amount of body fat you have, but the other way around is to lose weight.

Some of the research on obesity has focused on people who gain weight rapidly.

It’s possible that this rapid weight growth is due to people who take certain drugs or have certain medical conditions that cause them to gain weight.

For example, some people with obesity are prescribed medications that increase the amount and the intensity of their appetite. 

However, it’s also possible that people with high blood pressure and obesity are also taking medications that decrease their blood pressure. 

Some of these drugs are known to affect the blood vessel walls and the nerves that control appetite.

It’s also very possible that some of these medications are related to the increase in weight. 

One study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that taking a drug called niacin or folic acid to treat high blood sugar can lead to an increase in rapid weight loss.

Niacin is a dietary supplement that