Childhood Obesity : A Obesity

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Childhood Obesity: A Review to Prevent the Risk Factors of Childhood Obesity in Our Community. The rates of childhood obesity Worldwide are alarmingly high! Obesity is a global nutritional concern and leads to horrible consequences on our children and becomes a worldwide pandemic. Worldwide estimates of obesity are as high as 43 million, and rates continue to increase each year. In this study, people will find healthy tips to prevent childhood overweight or obesity to help children in our communities. Child’s obesity can make kids in our communities at high risk for diseases like heart problems, asthma, type 2 diabetes. Genetic, behavioral and environmental factors are a cause of obesity on children in the United States. Parents and…show more content…
Childhood obesity is not an immediately lethal disease, but it leads to significant risk factors associated with a range of serious non-communicable disease during adulthood (Shree, 2013). Parents in our communities should engage their children in physical activities. Parents and children should play outside frequently to enjoy time together. This activity may help children to be more active and reduce the risk of obesity. Parents can educate their children to have healthier eating habits, improving physical activities, avoiding fatty food and learning about the importance of a balanced diet to prevent future problems of obesity. Giving to your children a snack sized zip lock bag with their snack for school or afterschool program can create healthier eating habits. The best way to prevent obesity should be teaching parents and children to eat healthier and practice physical activities. Children with obesity have a high risk for discrimination, bullying, low self-esteem and depression (Nigg, 2016). Obesity can make you feel invisible! In his article, Nigg tries to explain the importance of the use of strategies for a good living program for our children. A high percent of children in rural areas in the United States have bad habits of eating and ending overweight or obese. Parents report that their children watch TV for more than 2 hours per day that a doctor recommends. The

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