Super Size Me – Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Health Magazine, which deals with consumer safe and healthy lifestyle education, has captured an article of the title of the article: the epidemic of obesity facing our youth. While I agree with the child's obesity epidemic, the title of the article means that obesity is a monstrous monster in a shop or in the home environment with innocent children being viciously captured; wrestling to the ground and pushing the rushing food into their throats. Obesity is a family lifestyle – nothing more; nothing less. Kids eat what their parents are buying.

The author of the Cellular Biology BS degree concludes that "Perhaps the greatest injustice is our obesity for our health, which affects innocent and vulnerable children in North America." This statement confirms the title of the article that an ominous monster floods the shop or the home environment that devils innocent children viciously and forces them to eat uneven foods.

The truth is that a liar monster is hiding in the home environment that diabolically justified children and adults against the television ads of blown foods that they consider to be healthy because the chemically produced vitamins have been added to the genetically modified organism (GMO) which once contained natural vitamins.

Nearly one or three children are overweight or obese. In 2009, the National Health and Nutrition Survey (NHANES) estimates that nearly 17% of children 2 to 19 years of age and adolescents are obese. According to the Canadian Childhood Obesity Foundation, more than 26% of children are overweight or obese.

Many children have chronic dysfunctions associated with adult obesity, which are common among adults. These chronic dysfunctions include but are not limited to: II. Type of diabetes, poor glucose and insulin metabolism, high cholesterol, hypertension, atherosclerosis, heart disease, inflammation, sleep apnea, asthma, allergy, orthopedic complications and negative psychosocial effects and stigma.

A study by the University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School and the Children's Mercy Hospital showed that obese children between the ages of 6-19 (mean age 13 years) with arterial wall thickness (plaque formation) were typically older than thirty years older than adults.

Childhood obesity ranged from 5.5% to 16.9%, according to statistics from many parts of the country, Type of diabetes increased from 4% to 16%. Most children developed diabetes between 10 and 14 years of age. This means an increase of 300% and 400%.

If these alarming numbers do not cause parents changes in the food they buy; we need to think why the brain has the indifference to cunning. and their children's health.

My goal is to not only make conscious ignorance of the healthy vicious humanity, but also the clarity of the matter and the common sense solution. Purchase all organic food, GMO foods, processed foods without GMO ingredients. There is no such thing as a healthy & # 39; GMO or fast food – McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy, KFC, and the list goes on. Thomas Edison was right when he said, "The doctor of the future will not give you medication, but it is interested in people in the care of the human body, in the right diet, in the cause of the disease and in its prevention."

What happened to Edison's time and lately? What happened to the greed of the post-World War II entrepreneurial society to make it faster, bigger and easier. Americans have bought for less work, bigger and lighter in their own efforts to magnify themselves – ignoring the negative effects.

Reference Documentary: "Super Size Me", & # 39; & # 39; Food Inc. & # 39; & # 39; The future of; & # 39; "Genetically modified food: panacea or poison"; & # 39; Seed of; & # 39; Natural selection; & # 39; A Natural & # 39;

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