Childhood Obesity

Obesity in childhood may be a major risk factor for serious immediate and future health complications. A high BMI value in a child indicates that an epidemic of metabolic diseases such as heart disease and polygenic diseases may occur in the future. The early physical effects of obesity on adolescents include most of the children’s organs affected, gallstones, hepatitis, sleep apnea and increased intracranial pressure. Overweight children are also likely to grow up to become overweight adults. With the parents’ eating habits and the help of parents, children can be prevented from obesity by changing their daily eating habits. By not giving children high-calorie products, children can be encouraged to develop healthy habits. Young people should not be addicted to them. They should promote children's physical exercise through regular games and exercises Childhood Obesity Prevention.


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