Not only adults but increasingly children are also affected by obesity. Obesity can lead to illnesses, shorten life expectancy and reduce quality of life. What are the most common causes and consequences of obesity?
What's wrong with a kid who's a bunch?The most common cause of obesity is йletmуdunkban keresendх. Kids do little exercise, often eating pre-packaged, processed, calorie, fat, and carbohydrate-rich foods instead of homemade foods. we eat fast food, we can cook fast food. Children do not play but play hormone instead of eating the tree. Taken together, this leads to a greater success. Obsession has spent enormous proportions worldwide, and 1.4 billion people are wasteful. The children of exiled parents will be overwhelmed too much by themselves. Children increased 300 percent over the past 40 years, according to obesity 2012 data Hungary is the fourth most populous nation if you look only at adults: after the United States, Mexico and New Zealand. The We are in seventh place among children between the ages of 5-17.Childhood obesity reduces life expectancy and can lead to metabolic syndrome as early as childhood, and has been previously described as an adult disease. In metabolic syndrome, obesity occurs in the abdomen, with high blood pressure, sugar metabolism, high blood fat and fat, so obesity has an adverse effect on all of our body systems. It negatively influences the cardiovascular system, blood pressure. It causes high blood cells, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome. It can also cause hormonal abnormalities: thyroid dysfunction. Ijesztх, but the line tovбbb folytathatу: kцzbeni asztmбhoz, alvбs lйgzйskimaradбshoz, ortopйdiai problйmбkhoz can also lead to mental tйnyezхkrхl beszйlve not as common in children with kцrйben the elhнzott szorongбs the depressziу the kortбrsaktуl suffered bбntalmazбs.A vбrhatу йlettartam csцkkenйse the sъlyosan elhнzottak in the case of 8-10 years. More and more countries are experiencing the serious consequences of obesity, and national programs have been developed. Similarly to other OECD countries, Chipsadut was introduced in Hungary in 2011 for high-sugar, high-caffeine products. In OECD countries, it is forbidden to promote unhealthy foods in the elderly, often viewed by children.
- Every third school is excessive
- One in three six-nine-year-olds in Europe is overweight or pregnant
- Migraine also graces the sober children