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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Childhood Obesity Health Effects: Obesity causes many problems, both long-term and immediate. Obese youths are at higher risksfor cardiovascular diseases. Thisincludes high cholesterol, diabetes, bone and joint problems, high blood pressure, and low self-esteem. Long Term Obese children are more likely to be obese as adults.This includes being overweight or even more, strokes and cancer. Move Your Body Physical activity improves strength, endurance, bones, muscles, heart muscle power, weight, and reduces stress and anxiety. Physical participation declines as young people age, this increases their risks of disease and problems.Exercising before a test increases blood flow and allows you to think easier. Exercising lets you live longer- you have a healthier body when you exercise. Risks of cancer, joint problems, and heart diseases are greatly minimized. Nutrition Balanced meals reduces chronic diseases such as high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, iron deficiency and osteoporosis. Poor diets lead to imbalanced energy and chemicals in the body, weight gain, bad skin, stomach problems, and weakened immune and bodily systems. Meals should be rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, non-saturated meats, and non-fat dairy products! Prevention Obesity can be prevented! The easiest way is to have a balanced diet and exercise regularly. The best way to guarantee your health is by starting this routine when you're young. Eating healthy and exercising regularly help reduce the risks of many diseases that harm the human body and limit the life span. Take action today- start your long and healthy life, it's never too late! Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years! Being over-weight and obese is caused by caloric imbalances. People aged 6-17 should exercise every-day for at least 60 minutes.
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