Obesity is not a disease; it is a term used to define a person who is having too much weight. A person with excessive body fat is obese. This more weight may come from muscles, fat or body water or bone. Fat in the body is measured in terms of obesity Body Mass Index. Normally BMI between 18.5 to 25 is healthy, but if it is 30 or more, that person is considered obese. Obesity does not occur suddenly it occurs over time. You consume calories in the form of food, but when you intake more calories than you use in a daily activity, this extra calorie converted into fat and store in the body. Obesity may give rise to many health issues like high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, gallstones, arthritis, etc. Every person who is obese does not mean will have all these problems, these may vary from person to person. Obesity also causes an increased level of circulating fatty acids and inflammation.