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According to WHO (World Health Organization), obesity has doubled worldwide since the 1980s and now affects 35% of adults, and 7% of children.
30% of kids in America are obese as against 27% in Portugal and 15% in France.
The governments of the most affected countries are trying implement measures designed to curb this explosion of obesity and excess weight.
The first step, taken largely by several governments including the White House with a campaign by Michele Obama, concerns television:
British researchers analyzed 82 hours of children’s programmes for 5 days: They found that every 4 minutes, there is a reference to food that lasts about 13 seconds!
It is also apparent from this study that high sugar foods are displayed in festive and friendly atmospheres, and are most often associated with rewards that will directly influence the eating habits of children.
These changes in eating habits have a lasting and harmful impact. However, at birth, we all know when we are hungry and when we are not anymore. Unfortunately such effective signals are regularly disturbed by various factors:
Conclusion: the extra pounds keep piling on, leading to often-disastrous effects on the health and morale.
Since there exist many reasons for being overweight, it follows that there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to permanently lose weight.
Analyse and revise your health practices from a holistic point of view.