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Childhood ObesityChildhood obesity is on the rise at an alarming rate and with obesity comes all sorts of other health factors that can affect children negativity heart disease diabetes and adult-hood obesity Children are not born being obese they are groomed by lack of physical activity and putting the wrong foods into their bodies From the moment a child is born the life-sustaining knowledge of how to suckle from their mothers breast is already ingrained in their brain Anything past an infant breastfeeding about how to eat when to eat or what to eat is either taught or learned by observation As parents we should be teaching our children healthy eating habits from the beginning In the early years and throughout of a childs life they are learning from their parents and caregivers by observation They are watching what when and how their parents or caregivers consume food and what kind of food The only excuse for a child who is obese is they were not taught healthy eating habits and it is the only way they know how to survive so they continue down a path of destruction When you see a child who is obese there is most likely an adult who is also obese greatly influencing that childs lifeThe health complications of being an obese child can affect them negativity for their entire lives Heart disease and child-hood diabetes are claiming more children every day Not to mention the bullying they could endure being an overweight child or adolescent which in some cases will only cause less activity and more consumption of the unhealthy foods they are already eating The odds of an obese child becoming an obese adult will greatly increase if there is no change to what we are teaching our child Weather it is lack of knowledge or the lack of care about the proper nutrition a
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