If children are more socially active, then the child obesity can be controlled.
If food additives and artificial flavors are controlled, then child obesity can decrease.
The methodology that will be adopted for this research report will consist of two types:
1. Primary Sources: Primary data of this research will be collected through books.
2. Secondary Sources: Internet websites and scholarly articles will be used as secondary source in obtaining data for this research report.
The initial findings of this research are as follows:
The trend of parents and schools providing empty calories in the form of junk foods and carbohydrate rich foods are a major contributor of weight gain in kids.
Lack of physical activities of children usually because of working parents
An aggressive publicity campaign by the fast food restaurants and their incentive of giving toys and other gifts to the children upon buying food products is also a very important factor in increasing obesity among children.
Child Obesity is increasing throughout the world at an alarming rate. It is a situation that cannot be ignored. This disorder...
This problem is also having a negative impact on the economy of the country. The budget that can be spent on different improvement and betterment is now spent on the health expenses of the diseases related with this problem. Fortunately, this disorder can be easily controlled if proper measures are taken. If a concerned authority identify and controls the problem of obesity proactively at early stage, the complexities involved in adult obesity can be controlled. 'Prevention of pediatric obesity may be the only effective treatment of adult obesity'. (Kiess.W, 2004)
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