The Pitfalls of Overeating: Understanding the Disadvantages
The most apparent consequence of overeating is weight gain. Excess calories are stored as fat, leading to an increase in overall body weight.
Overeating puts a strain on the digestive system, leading to discomfort, bloating, and indigestion as the body works to process an excess of food.
Regular overeating can contribute to insulin resistance, increasing the risk of type 2 diabetes over time.
Large meals can trigger heartburn and acid reflux, causing discomfort and potential damage to the esophagus.
Heartburn and Acid Reflux:
Overeating, especially of unhealthy foods, is linked to an increased risk of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension.
Risk of Chronic Diseases:
Consuming excessive calories often means an imbalance in essential nutrients, potentially leading to nutritional deficiencies.
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