The Shape Building subjects is useful specific for shape building plan or project.According to the UN website, a recent report published in the Journal of Lancet declared that 2.3 billion people living on the planet earth are overweight. Obeisity is a common group of metabolic disorders. When the body eats more calories than it consumes, the excess calories are stored in the body in the form of fat, which exceeds the normal physiological requirement, and reaches a certain value, then obesity develops.
✵At the age of 4 years and 7 months, the boy had a waist circumference of 95cm and a BMI of more than 35kg/m2, which was considered to be severely obese.
Obesity of Child.
✦A report published today in the Lancet warns that people around the world are facing the twin health threats of obesity and malnutrition.
The report says the double-edged sword of obesity and malnutrition could sharply reduce progress in low - and middle-income countries because people lack access to affordable, healthy food.
This "double burden of malnutrition" (DBM) affects more than a third of about 130 low-and middle-income countries, the report said. Globally, nearly 2.3 billion children and adults are overweight and more than 150 million children are stunted.
The report, prepared in collaboration with the world health organization, says excess weight is no longer seen as a problem in rich countries and malnutrition is no longer the sole preserve of the poor.
"Overweight and obesity is on the rise in children almost everywhere, with one in five (22 percent) of adult deaths worldwide attributable to poor diet," the report said.
According to the study, there was a decrease in child wasting or stunting in almost all countries, but in contrast, there was an increase in overweight women in almost all countries. The report found that DBM prevalence was highest in the poorest countries.
Increasingly, this happens in the same family -- most often, an overweight mother and a stunted child from malnutrition live under the same roof. Sometimes DBM occurs simultaneously in even a single child--both overweight and stunted due to lack of nutrition.
✧The report attributes this to an increase in cheap, desirable food products high in salt, sugar and fat, as well as a "substantial decline" in physical activity at work, at home and in transport.
The report blamed "rapid changes in diet and food systems" in most low - and middle-income countries, as fresh vegetables produce and fruit markets increasingly give way to takeaway food retailers.
Being overweight is a condition of obesity, and we all know that obesity can do a lot of harm to our bodies. Obesity is also a chronic disease, in addition to the bodyweight will appear beyond the standard, endocrine disorders and diabetes and other symptoms are common complications. With the continuous improvement of living standards, more and more children are becoming obese. According to statistics in the last two years, the incidence of obesity in children aged 6 to 18 has reached nearly 10%, and the incidence of obesity in urban boys can reach 12% and girls can reach 6.7%. Obesity has seriously affected children's normal life and health.
Last year, news of a 4-year-old boy who died in his sleep from sleep apnea syndrome caused by severe obesity came to public attention. At the age of 4 years and 7 months, the boy had a waist circumference of 95cm and a BMI of more than 35kg/m2, which was considered to be severely obese. In addition to sleep apnea syndrome, there are also a variety of metabolic diseases caused by obesity, high blood lipids, hypertension, fatty liver.
In April of the same year, the 10-year-old boy weighed 95 kg, three times as much as his peers. At night, he stopped breathing 1201 times, suffocating for more than 70 seconds. He fell asleep when talking to a doctor. Doctors said he could die at any time without medical intervention.
It can be seen that the harm brought by obesity to children and adolescents is not to affect body size and posture, but also bring a variety of physical and psychological complications, these diseases will be more serious with the growth of age, it is very scary to think.
Besides, undernutrition and obesity should be of the same concern, as they are signs of malnutrition.
Develop good living habits to prevent obesity!
✦To control the baby's weight, the mother should have good living habits:
✧1. Get into the habit of planning and buying food on demand. Buying too much food for a long time often leads to overeating and finally to obesity.
✧2. Buy as little frozen or convenient food as possible, and develop the habit of eating slowly and carefully.
✧3. Buy and eat as few snacks as possible. To store at the location where it is not easy for the baby to see, to get.
✧4. To develop a regular, quantitative eating habit, leave the table after dinner, to avoid food temptation.
✧5. Leftovers should be handled in time to avoid family members overeating.
✧6. Get into the habit of going to bed early and getting up early. Increase your exercise. Watch TV in 30 minutes after dinner.
✧7 Try to replace the car with a walk, less elevator, more walk upstairs, perseverance can play a good effect.