Obesity Has A Cure Obesity, a medical condition where excess body fat has been stored to the extent that it may have a detrimental effect on one’s health. Today in North America there has been a dramatic increase in unhealthy weight in children, little do we know that it is more so the government, parents and schools that are at fault. We need to teach children about food and making healthy choices, they are the source we need to get across to in order to fight obesity for the future generations and for the now. If someone were to discover the cure for cancer, AIDs, Diabetes or any other incurable illness, people would give their life to get it. Obesity has a cure but no one is jumping to cure it, including myself I know the cure for obesity but have yet to put it to use or inform obese people of the cure. Obesity is 100 % preventable and yet it is still one of the biggest problems we face in North America. We spend our lives worried about getting cancer, diabetes or having a heart attack or an un-healthy heart but we set ourselves up for these problems through not eating properly. There are so many simple ways to execute obesity. Remember when mom and grandma used to cook those homemade dinners with fresh food, some sautéed veggies a delicious green salad and hunky grilled chicken breast? Well this generation of children only know microwave dinners, take out and fast food combos due to the fact that their parents don’t make homemade meals. They learn to eat that way and don’t know any better. Unfortunately parents don’t know it but by feeding their children nothing but crap food they’re killing their children. According to statistics if this generation continues to eat the way they do children are going to be dying 10 years younger than their parents. Parents need to be educated on healthy eating and how to beat obesity so that children are able to cook a healthy meal for their three meals a day and live a healthier life-style and ultimately live a longer life. As much as schools are supposed to educate us and help us do and achieve great things, they are not educating us on one of the most important things killing North Americans, Obesity. The least the school board could do is put a program in all elementary schools and high schools across North America that teaches and informs children from ages 4-18 about the food they are eating, How to eat healthy and how to prevent obesity. It’s a little effort as small as this that can contribute to the cure of obesity, but there is no such program. We send our kids to school thinking it is one of the safest environments for them to be, but the people in charge of the cafe are killing our children with the food that they are feeding them. The people who are in charge of school board cafeterias and control what type of food gets put in to them have no experience in food the industry let alone any knowledge on healthy eating, they are mostly all just accountants who want to buy the cheapest product possible and could care less about the health of today’s children. That is a huge problem. Let’s give these kids some knowledge on how to save themselves and later on their own children from obesity and all the horrible effects that come with it. The government has so much potential to put an end to obesity but is he
Obesity is caused by what people choose to eat, family habits, and the environment they live in have a lot to do with obesity around the world. However, obesity is not an epidemic!
Having a choice in what we eat and don’t eat has been a problem to humans through out history. Our world offers us a low price on unhealthy foods. Having fast foods open all day and night has affected us in many ways.…
Obesity can definitely hinder this.
Increasing public awareness of this epidemic will help prevent obesity rate from doubling. One of the ways to be aware of this prevalent disorder is to educate children and parents about nutrition and wellness. As a matter of fact, Santa Clara Unified School District (SCUSD) constructed a website designed for parents and children promoting lifelong nutrition and wellness.…
Obesity: an Environmental Epidemic/Disease
Obesity: an Environmental Epidemic/Disease
Lack of control and others are the many factors that have led to obesity in America. Swine flu, small pox and yellow fever were a couple of epidemics that struck America. Obesity has now been associated with that category. Diseases that wiped out mass populations, a condition related to grossly being fat or plumpness is now a new terror for the United States.…
Obesity In America |
CEDRIC HATHAWAY |
Obesity is the excess proportion of total body fat. A person is considered obese when his or her body weight is 20% or more above the normal body weight. The CDC says that childhood obesity has more than tripled in the last thirty years. Some people think that they are not obese or just that they are unaware of the fact that they are obese.…
This course project is being submitted on May 13, 2012 for Dr. Nicole Runyon B271/COM1007 Section 08 Professional Communication.
According to the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity affects 17% of all children and adolescents in the United States which is three times the rate from one generation ago (Childhood Overwieght and Obesity, 2012).…
According to results from the 1999–2000 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) show that an estimated 64% of U.S. adults suffer from obesity (Stern and Kazaks 198). Obesity has different types of consequences such as social effect that mainly focusses the discrimination; health effects which are associated to many illnesses like type 2 diabetes, heart problems, and cancer.…
Childhood Obesity in the United Stat
December 03, 2011
There is an alarming rise in childhood obesity throughout the United States, making an epidemic in our country. Over the past thirty years obesity has continued to increase and become a threat to the health of many children. Since the 1970s, obesity has doubled in children from the ages of 2-5, and young adults between the ages of 12 and 19.…
19 November 2012
Obesity in the United States
According to Morgan Spurlock from the movie Super-Size Me, he says that “America has become the fattest nation in the world.” Obesity has become a major issue in the United States. When you hear the term Obesity, it means having too much body fat (A.D.A.M editorial ,2000). Obesity is not the same as being overweight. A person can be over-weight from extra muscle, bone or water (A.D.A.M editorial, 2000).…
Some people with obesity have surgery that removes the excess weight so that the individual can have a normal life without carrying around so much weight. Obesity can lead to many other health complications such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, cholesterol and gallstones just to name a few.
Obesity affects all backgrounds, ethnicities, and gender. The BMI index is the most effective method to check to see if an individual is obese or not.…
When it comes to obesity rates rising in both developed and less- developed regions of the world, I think this is happening for one because people just don’t care no more by this I mean us as people in the developed have so much freedom to do what we want.…