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  • Childhood Obesity and Parents   by  Undersizeme     17 y     2,809       2 Messages Shown       Blog: Childhood Obesity
    Childhood Obesity and Parents

    What role do parents play in childhood obesity?

    If you're interested in raising a healthy child
    then you should know that your child being overweight could have quite a lot to do with your weight.

    Two recent studies showed that parents who were overweight were far more likely to be raising children who were overweight.

    If you're a parent it may not be your fault you're overweight.

    The media is reporting misinformation daily that confuses and confounds even some of the experts.

    It's hard to know what to do.

    What you DO know is that your waistline is getting larger and larger and it's getting harder and harder to raise a healthy child

    What's the solution?

    As a parent you can't childhood obesity sitting down.

    One of the quickest ways as a parent to fight the battle of the bulge for yourself and your kids and put childhood obesity on the run is to start excercising with your children.

    Now I know most people when they think of excercise they think of weights, gyms, aerobics and personal trainers.

    But in your parental war against childhood obesity I'll share the number one secret to getting that weight off.

    Make your exercise fun.

    How about a walk in the park, dancing, a sport you both love, playing in the back yard, playing catch or tag.

    You can invent your own games.

    Just get active as a parent with your child and start giving childhood obesity the beating it deserves.

    Remember childhood obesity is a war and as a parent you're one of the frontline troops.

    Kindest regards,
    Andrew Cavanagh

    P.S. Raising A Healthy Child is the only way to win this war.  And that begins with taking on a healthier diet and lifestyle for yourself.
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    • obesity and children   by  medicow     17 y     1,693
      That was great Andrew..The awareness sahould come from parents only and this should start right from the tiny tot years so that the child develops a taste for all healthy and tasty foods. This could be anything from soya, soups, juices, salads, raw or cooked veggies which includes a lot of greens, yoghurt and proteins which are essentially good for the child.Apart from this, corn, nuts, oats and cereals should be encouraged too. Care should be taken that too much sweet, oily food, snacking etc should be avoided.

      Please see my website which speaks on the policies of healthy eating. Healthy food for the children
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