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Health Risks Your Child May Have

Obesity will always be mentioned when it comes to child health. It will feature in the mass media, social media, street talk, and many other forums. However, what puzzles many people is the way it is taken lightly. In fact, it almost appears like its being accepted as norm. The latest statistics are quite worrying. For instance, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), obese cases have risen from 31 million (1990) to 44million (2012). The following reasons explain why the war against obesity and children health seems to be lost:

Lack of Information

Many children go through obesity in full view of the society. Action is never taken simply because of lack adequate information on what it is, its effects and how it can be eradicated. This is especially witnessed in developing and third-world countries where obesity and malnutrition exist side-by-side. For instance, cases of obesity in children in Africa have been rising at an alarming rate. This is credited to the adoption of fatty foods which are symbolic of better standard of living.

Accepted as Normal

Many people are aware of obesity. In fact, some parents or guardians will have been victims of obesity at some point in life. Having gone through the trauma and discomfort of being obese, one would expect him/her to be at the forefront of the fight against obesity. Well, sadly, the issue is not even talked about. This clearly suggests that it has become accepted in the society. And unless we go through a mind change then it will become part of our lifestyle.

Poor Prioritization

Priorities relating to obesity seem to be misplaced. Weigh loss methods and child nutrition seem to target the mature adult leaving-out children. In addition, a parent will be willing to pay for expensive weight loss procedures and simply ignore the child. This inequality is also observed in pregnant or nursing mothers especially in countries in the West. Breastfeeding and proper weaning has been done away with in favor of highly refined and pre-packed baby formulas.

Quick Fixes

The so-called “instant weight loss plans or quick fixes” are having negative impact in the society. Initially, losing weight was a gradual process which took time. A parent would therefore adopt a healthy lifestyle right from the early stages of life. Also, he would encourage a child take-up sports or exercises. But, with weight loss pills and diets that promise to eradicate the extra weight in a short time, many parents simply ignore the whole issue hoping to make use of the magic pills or schemes when time comes.

The WHO has predicted that in 2025 there will be about 70 million obese children. These figures are quite staggering and indeed worrying. Simply put, obesity will become part of lifestyle. In fact, non-communicable diseases related to being obese or overweight have overtaken communicable diseases. Without proper nutrition for kids, diseases such as stroke, heart attacks, cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure have become quite common. Eradicating obesity in children should be given priority in regard to child health. And unless it is done sooner rather than later, a global health disaster is looming.

One woman that is doing something about child health is First Lady, Michelle Obama. And she may just have the power a person needs to actually make a difference! Check out this 2 minute video about what Michelle Obama is doing to improve nutrition for children and put an end to this epidemic.

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