PlayStation generation – fight against childhood obesity
"Fat is not cool!"
American young people began to become Willy Wonka's Umpa Lumpas. The epidemic of obesity is particularly prominent in the United States where many people live a settlement life, typically eating many convenience foods with high calories and low nutritional value. Children, on average, spend five to six hours a day on these sitting activities. Perhaps it does not matter if we are not working well at other times, but mostly not. In only twenty years, the spread of overweight doubled among children in the United States between the ages of 6 and 11, American teenagers tripled. According to the National Health and Nutrition Survey Survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention each year, it is found that about one-third of children in the United States are overweight or overweight. In total, approximately 25 million US children and adolescents are overweight or overweight. This generation will be the first generation to die unless parents are cautious. There are increasing reports that young people in America are obese. Childhood obesity is particularly troublesome because it is often forced to go to health problems that were limited to adults, such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol. A serious health threat is the early onset of type 2 diabetes (adult onset), especially children with a family history. Doctors report a sharp increase in young adolescents developing type 2 diabetes leading to heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney disease, stroke, limb amputation, blindness. People who developed diabetes during puberty, especially if the disease is not progressing, the quality of life will decline and the life will be shortened. It is a terrible prospect for our children, but in many cases obesity and diabetes can not be prevented.
If you need a weight loss program, be sure to involve the whole family with a healthy habit so that you do not feel your child has been selected. You can encourage healthy meals by offering more fruits and vegetables and purchasing less soda and high calorie, high fat snack foods. Physical activity also helps your child to overcome obesity and overweight. Children need about 60 minutes each day. Obesity children need to learn to hear the internal clues of hunger and appetite. Parents and child care providers must help to do so. This includes allowing children to eat based on these clues while acknowledging the emotional aspects of eating and eating. A restricted diet may be deprived of children, neglected, and exacerbate the problem of overeating.
Maintain weight. The goals of weight maintenance and weight loss are dependent on whether the child has medical complications due to age, baseline BMI percentiles, and obesity (such as hypertension and high cholesterol).
Encourage physical activity. Children need to participate in age-specific and development-specific activities more than 60 minutes each day. The activity period lasts more than 10 to 15 minutes, including the range of strength (medium to clear). Children need to engage in various physical activities of varying levels of strength.
For the best success, all families need to participate in this activity. Physically active parents and siblings act as role models. They also offer bicycle rides, good companies for walking and swimming. Physical activity must be fun and children are not a chore that must be done to lose weight.
The Center for Disease Control recommends that schools establish policies that encourage young people to enjoy pleasant and lifelong physical activity. Their guidelines stated that "physical education should focus more on lifelong physical activity (such as dance, strength training, jogging, swimming, cycling, cross country skiing, walking, hiking, etc.) than sporting events ing. These experts recommend that health promoting physical activity be an integral part of American family's lifestyle.