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The Stats Every Parent Should Know About Overweight Kids

Childhood obesity has become the number 1 concern among parents. Obesity is having excess body weight and it is the result of caloric imbalance – too few calories burnt for the calories taken in. The caloric imbalance is affected by various factors, such as genetic, behavioral and environmental.

Childhood Obesity Statistics

Today, in America, nearly 1 in 3 children is overweight or obese. This shows that the obesity rate in children has tripled over the past few decades. If this problem is not solved, more children are at risk to suffer from diabetes at a point in their lives and many will face obesity related health problems, which includes asthma, cancer, high blood pressure and heart disease.

Reasons for Childhood Obesity

A few decades ago, the lifestyle of most of the people helped them to maintain a healthy weight. Everyday kids used to walk to and from school, ran around and played with friends at recess hour, took part in gym classes, and played with their siblings at home in the evenings before dinner. Most of the meals were home-cooked and vegetables and fruits were compulsory for dinner. Fast food was very rare and snacks were an occasional treat.

However, children experience a totally different lifestyle today. They go to school by car or bus and sports and gym class have been cut. While only 1/3 of children are reported to get enough physical activity, others spend their afternoons watching TV, playing video games or on the Internet. Childhood obesity statistics show that eight to eighteen year old children spend nearly 7.5 hours on average per day using entertainment media like cell phones, TV, computers and video games. Parents are busier and home-cooked meals have become fewer. It has become very common to snack between meals and three or more snacks a day has become the trend.These have become some of the causes of childhood obesity that have lead to this epidemic.

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Childhood Obesity Facts

Immediate Health Effects

  • Childhood obesity facts state that obesity puts children at risk for cardiovascular disease, such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Statistics show that obese children between the age of 5 and 17 had at least one risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
  • Overweight children are more likely to have prediabetes, a condition where the blood glucose levels show a higher risk for diabetes development.
  • Obese children are at greater risk for bone and joint problems, sleep disorders, and psychological problems like poor self-esteem.

Long Term Health Effects

  • Obese children are more likely to grow into obese adults, and are put at a higher risk for adult health problems, including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, osteoarthritis, and several types of cancer.
  • Obesity and overweight are associated with increased risk for many types of cancer, such as cancer of the breast, colon, kidney, pancreas, endometrium, gall bladder, thyroid, esophagus, prostate, ovary and cervix.

All this may be bad news, but there is some good news as well and it is you can help your children to lead healthier lives by helping them to make a few lifestyle changes.

Childhood obesity prevention is always better in the long run. Reaching and maintaining an appropriate body weight is important and for this you should focus on small but permanent changes in lifestyle and eating habits.

  • Following a healthy lifestyle, which includes healthy eating habits and physical activity, can help lower the risk of becoming obese.
  • Schools and parents play a major role in the health of the children; it is essential for them to establish a safe and supportive environment with practices that support healthy behaviors. They should also provide the opportunity for children to learn about and practice healthy eating and physical activity behaviors.

Your involvement is the key to ensure a healthy future for your children.

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