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  • Childhood obesity reaches critical levels

    Filed under: Obesity — Posted by: Linda on December 27, 2011

    The latest data released by the National Health Service reveals an alarming increase in childhood obesity among children at primary school. Figures provided by the National Child Measurement Programme show that a third of children leaving primary school are either overweight or obese.

    The NCMP used data gathered from a study of more than a million school age children, revealing that the number of overweight or obese children has risen. In 2010-11, the number of children (more…)

    Child Obesity a Parent’s Guide Review

    Filed under: Obesity — Posted by: Rachel on September 12, 2011

    Child Obesity: A Parent’s Guide

    This comprehensive yet easily digestible guide to child obesity is a must-have for any parent who suspects their child may be overweight or wants to develop healthy lifestyle habits that will prevent their child from becoming so.

    This no-nonsense handbook de-sensationalises the media coverage about child obesity and gives parents up-to-date facts and figures about the dangers of an unhealthy lifestyle for our children. Child obesity has been referred to as a ticking time bomb which must be defused before children’s weight issues reach epidemic proportions. Judith Manson is successful in driving (more…)

    New school year sees action against childhood obesity

    Filed under: News,Obesity — Posted by: Mark on

    As the new school year begins, state maintained primary and middle schools will roll out the National Child Measurement Programme, which aims to raise awareness of a child’s health and well being. According to statistics collected from the NCMP, almost a quarter of (more…)

    How does being overweight or obese affect children

    Filed under: Obesity — Posted by: Linda on March 16, 2011

    Children who are overweight or obese carry extra body fat, which can cause problems for their health, both emotionally and physically. Health problems such as type 2 diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure and gallstones would usually be seen in adults, especially if (more…)

    Reasons for child obesity

    Filed under: Obesity — Posted by: Rachel on October 24, 2010

    There are now 25 percent of adults who are classed as obese with a large percentage of the rest being overweight. Child obesity is also on the increase, with one in seven girls and one in six boys being obese. A child who is obese is likely to become an obese adult, falling prey to weight related illness such as (more…)

    Five steps to help your child’s weight loss

    Filed under: Obesity — Posted by: Mark on September 13, 2010

    Child obesity is on the increase with a quarter of five year olds and a third of 11 year olds being overweight. The reasons for this increase is due to several factors. Less exercise is one contributor, as less children play outdoors, preferring to take part in screen based activities. Junk food is also on the increase, with more ready meals, processed foods and takeaways contributing to daily diets. By keeping your child at a healthy weight you will be helping avoid future health problems and social problems. Steps you can take are: (more…)

    The toll of child obesity

    Filed under: Obesity — Posted by: Linda on June 25, 2010

    Child obesity is on the increase with over a quarter of children aged between two and eighteen years being overweight. The effect of child obesity is overwhelming, with illness and certain conditions linked to obesity having a negative impact on the quality of a child’s life. There are also psychological effects on a child who is overweight which can last into adulthood.

    If a child is overweight the chance of them developing illnesses such as diabetes and high blood pressure as well as asthma and others, are hugely increased (more…)

    Prosperity blamed for increase in obesity

    Filed under: News,Obesity — Tags: , — Posted by: Rachel on June 7, 2010

    A new report has shown a sharp rise in the number of obese children.

    The survey, carried out by Datamonitor, showed that a third of children are now classed as overweight or obese.
    ‘Kids Nutrition: New Perspectives and Opportunities’ identified rising prosperity as one of the main causes. It said:

    “With prosperity increasing globally, there has been an increased propensity for kids to overindulge, leading to the numbers of overweight children rising alarmingly.”

    The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has (more…)