What they are saying is that society has come to accept “fatness” in its HVAC Maintenance Markham populace and even in the kids. So much so in fact, that they have stopped building gymnasiums in some schools. Add to this the horrendous quality.
In this issue, I am going to focus more on some of the consequences of obesity, especially as it relates to
children. Although this is focusing on children, think of how it relates to you. Also, if you have kids, what
are you teaching your kids about health?
This growing problem is getting so prevalent; there are even articles which refer to the "obesogenic"
environment of schools. What they are saying is that society has come to accept "fatness" in its HVAC
Maintenance Markham populace and even in the kids. So much so in fact, that they have stopped
building gymnasiums in some schools. Add to this the horrendous quality of some cafeteria foods and/or
the vending machines dispensing nothing of quality.
There are movements abreast around the world that are aiming to rid the schools of the pestilence of
junk food dispensing machines. Hooray for that! I recently read in the Ecologist that some people are
waging a war against a major soft drink company with their own form of embargo. This company is not
the only company that should be having an economic war waged against it. In general, we need to move
away from the highly processed foods and move towards whole food consumption.
As has been mentioned in earlier articles, obesity contributes to a variety of conditions such as heart
problems, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, and more. One of these problems, high blood pressure
(HBP), is now becoming a growing problem in children. HBP has also been associated with an increased
risk of dementia. Studies have demonstrated that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables as well as possibly
dairy may be able to help with childhood HBP levels.
Overweight among young people has increased dramatically. Children and Mississauga HVAC Services
adolescents considered to be overweight increased bin the. About are currently overweight and there
are even greater rates of overweight among minorities or those who are economically disadvantaged.
Overweight youth are more likely to be overweight as adults, and are more likely to have medical risks
associated with cardiovascular disease than other children and adolescents.
Health consequences related to overweight can begin in childhood or adolescence; overweight children
and adolescents are at increased risk for various chronic diseases in later life.
The psychosocial consequences of overweight are also significant. This problem has been linked to social
discrimination, a negative self-image in adolescence that often persists into adulthood, parental neglect,
and behavioral and learning problems.
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