Obesity Education

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Obesity Epidemic Regardless of the recent increased attention by doctors, researchers, and the media, no discernable progress has been made in fighting obesity. Accordingly, the rise in obesity is one of the most redundant health stories of the year. The prognosis for nations is bad and even growing worse as obesity takes its toll on the health of adults and children. According to White (2007), it looks almost certain that obesity will get worse before it gets better. Â Marketing of food and beverages is associated with increasing obesity rates and is especially effective among children. Ever since, foods rich in sugar, salt and fat substances expose human being into the risk of contracting obesity. Diabetes Type II and Obesity Education Shah & Gandhi (2010), confirmed that the increase in Diabetes type II and Obesity in developing countries follows the trend of urbanization and lifestyle changes, perhaps most importantly in food diet. Due to lack of proper education on these health issues, there is little understanding of the mechanism at present. Improved understanding of how obesity relates to type 2 diabetes may help advance effective and cost-effective interventions for both conditions, including more tailored therapy. To expedite this process, a procedural education should be established since they progresses more rapidly in children than in adults and is harder to treat. Cont. Minority and especially people from the lower social economic status have some
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