Monday, April 20, 2009

Stop Childhood Obesity In Your Family Now

Childhood obesity is the plague of our generation and is hurting society at its most vulnerable level. Not only is it hurting us within our most dependent demographic, but it is putting a strain on their bodies that makes them more vulnerable to illness and disease later on in their lives as well. If your child is overweight or obese, then you should feel neither shame nor fear. Why? Because you're far from being alone (six in every ten people in the developed world are overweight), and it is a condition that can be remedied as long as you know the proper techniques.

The cause is simple - our lifestyles. We live in a place where the faster the food is prepared, the more appealing it is to the majority of us - regardless of its nutritional content. We consume large portions and eat foods that are high in bad fats, refined sugars, and complex carbohydrates, but that are low in nutrition. The majority of
people are dehydrated after choosing sugar-filled soda too often, and not enough water. With internet surfing, video games, and an increasing number of daytime and prime time television shows, the urge to get up and move around simply isn't present in most people.

This is an extremely unhealthy lifestyle for individuals of any age, but when it becomes a way of life for children, obesity is the result. Furthermore, it means that these unhealthy habits are developing earlier on so that these children will never learn how to live in a healthy way and will most likely continue with their unhealthy choices later in life.

Now is the time to do something about this significant problem. We need to bring in the waistlines of our children, teach them how to eat nutritious, well balanced meals, and show them that a sedentary lifestyle is not the right option. This may sound like a daunting task, but it is already being done by families worldwide. With the information, techniques, tips, and resources provided within the pages of Avoiding Childhood Obesity, obesity rates among children are being slashed around the globe.

Here's to making weight loss safe and achievable over time!

Arthur M.

P.S. The key is the book's realistic, practical, and effective approach to helping real children to lose weight and maintain that healthy body mass once they've achieved it.

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