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Stopping Childhood Obesity - National Campaign To Promote
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Obama announced a Boston pediatrician, Dr. has been appointed as the national childhood obesity stopping childhood obesity for the executive director of sport to address social issues affecting childhood obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama tackle childhood obesity has developed a plan. A variety of new information indicates that stopping childhood obesity has been placed before us.

More than 23 million children and adolescents in the United States are overweight or obese, according to the Ohio Department of Health data, in Ohio, more than 30% of children and adolescents were classified as overweight or obese, childhood obesity campaign, the country is advancing.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, after more than six months of the childhood obesity campaign received the results, hoping that this campaign to raise awareness of childhood obesity, so that people can choose their own way of life to stopping childhood obesity.

Children's weight-loss ads attracted widespread attention at all levels of society, regardless of how that matter, to a certain extent, parents of their child's obesity problem has a total understanding. I think this is probably the desire of stopping childhood obesity advertising it!

stopping childhood obesity campaign main purpose is to arouse a wide range of healthy lifestyle thinking. Some parents do not know the health of overweight children on their extent of risk, so indifferent to the ad, according to reports, doctors at the hospital to see inside the body of obese children have found it easier for some adults suffer from heart disease, high blood pressure, liver and kidney disease and type 2 diabetes, talk to children is very painful.

According to reports by the campaign so that parents clearly understand the reality of a huge problem, childhood obesity is a crisis, advocates calling for the right advertising approach and kids to do the right thing.

Prevent overweight children need parents closely with parents can change the eating habits of children start to eat more fruits and vegetables, otherwise, will grow up to become obese adults in the community will increase the risk of disease.

One fact is that everyone should feel obesity is uncomfortable, so from a health point of view, weight loss is imperative.

SMS to lose weight According to recently published articles in the journal Obesity shows that text messages can influence young people's poor health lifestyle changes, weight loss is an effective way. University of Michigan to help young people adopt a healthy lifestyle change researchers to reveal information that message in the Western diet, weight-loss strategy, recommendation, meals and recipe ideas, targeted tips, reflective questions, feedback problems, and customized message is very popular.

Parental responsibility Parents and children should actively cooperate with each other since childhood to take some positive steps to develop good eating habits and physical activity to prevent obesity. Can ask the nutritionist explained to the children the story of nutrition and weight, different parts of children's food habits and activities, help children develop healthy habits.

It is important for the parents need a plan, weekly menu planning on a scientific diet, targeted shopping, control TV viewing time, physical activities, exercise at least five times a week, if a doctor has told you kids are overweight, do not you worry too, need the right attitude and the right plan, mainly lifestyle changes.


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