Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

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Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

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Gut Microbiota: An Influential Factor In Obesity

27 September 2016

The Western diet has a definite role in promoting an obesogenic gut microbiota. Gut microbiota is being increasingly recognized as an important factor connecting genes, environment, and immune system.


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Too Much Weight During Pregnancy Vs. Kid's Obesity

13 September 2016

Eating healthily during those all-important nine months can stop your child becoming obese, and avoid mental-health and social issues.


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A Shop-Front To Highlight The Children's Obesity Crisis

03 September 2016

Globally, in 2013 the number of overweight children under the age of five, is estimated to be over 42 million. Close to 31 million of these are living in developing countries.


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The Rules To Curb Obesity

01 September 2016

Under The Children's Obesity Clinic's Treatment (TCOCT) protocol, a doctor has created a plan comprising 15-20 components. Childhood obesity has become a global epidemic, but it is not easy to treat.


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Is Your Child's Heart Healthy? Check Now.

15 August 2016

Current data suggests that cardiovascular health is worsening during childhood and through young adulthood, with marked reductions in the prevalence of individuals with ≥5 cardiovascular health metrics at ideal levels at progressively older ages.


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Top 10 Risks Of Formula Feeding For The Baby

01 August 2016

A new study suggests babies who are fed milk from their mothers' breasts gain less weight over their first year compared to babies fed milk - breast or formula- from a bottle.


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Top 10 Contributing Factors To Obesity

01 2016

Obesity can be defined as a body weight that is greater than 30% above a favorable target weight. Culture has often blamed obesity on the individual. We assume that people are overweight because of personal failings.

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Rate your Fat-Eating Habits

 

Fat is an essential part of the diet. yet eating too much of it - especially of highly saturated animal and dairy fats - appears to be a major factor in many illnesses. The following questions are designed to help you to rate your own fat-eating habits. Tick the boxes that most closely reflect your diet and check you score.