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They had received. Adam woke up.. Adam 3XL addresses young people with weight problem Adam 3XL by Dr. Martin Noelke can be a novel about basketball, love, friendship. And some nutritional recommendations for weight reduction in the long run. It’s the story of a one-time high school basketball all-superstar who stops exercising and packs on the pounds after losing both of his parents. Dr. Noelke infuses his experience as a general practitioner and nutrition expert into the tale to send a note to today’s youth about health. For Adam, the normal teenage fast-food and a personal crisis quickly result in obesity and health issues that end his dreams of university basketball.A BMI over 25 is considered over weight and a BMI over 30 is considered obese. Related StoriesResearch abstracts on weight problems, weight reduction to be offered at ObesityWeek 2015Obesity groups take aim at says that deny protection of weight problems treatment under affordable treatment actStressed Latino parents twice as likely to have kids with obesityResearchers found that part of the reason obesity clusters in social networks was due to the way students selected friends.