Obesity, a Disease




Dr. Manuel Torres, Family Medicine Physician at Baptist Health Primary Care, says one of the most important things is to recognize your adipose tissue as a separate organ. “There is a communication between the brain and the intestinal tract, and how that adipose tissue communicates back-and-forth,” he explains.

The doctor says obesity has been taken as a disease to focus on the treatment and the care on this disease.

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