Obese children is on the rise
It 's sad to see in the world today all the obese children. Obesity can break you down and kill you. It gives you low self esteem and depression. Some children can 't help that they are overweight, some have medical problems that keeping them from losing weight. The world is continuing to change each day and obesity is on the rise. These are my three reasons why obesity in children are a problem in the United States.
Most children are obese because of the foods they consume. The world has changed so much since in the past hundred years. Children today don 't have to hunt for food, their parents provide that food for them. Since advancement in technology, we have seen obesity become a bigger …show more content…
Children with all the technology they have today they rather sit down and play video games, watch TV or play on their cell phone than go out and do something productive. Children are also not getting the right nutrition as they should. Kids rather eat candy all day then eat fruit and vegetables. A way to fix their over weight problem is to diet your kids right. Some people think of dieting as not eating at all. You need to cut down the amounts of food each day. You should eat 5 to 6 meals a day for a healthy weight. You should also limit the amount of calories you eat each day. Fitschen says that it 's ok to eat a lot as long as you are active."Based on the current research, meal frequency doesn 't seem to be as important as once thought for speeding up metabolic rate, aiding fat loss, or increasing muscle growth” Making your kids stay active will help them stay in shape. If their parents are obese, it will be hard for their kids to be skinny. They will fall in the same footsteps as their parents. The lack of exercise can keep children going out and having fun. This obesity problem starts when they are two or three years old. Their parents don 't usually see their weight as a problem until, their weight gets out of control. There are so many ways to help you or your child to get back into shape. Lyons says that "Schools are an ideal setting for teaching young people how to adopt and maintain a healthy, active