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Teens, Youngsters and Weight Loss: The Art Of Slimming For The Typical Teenager

Teens, Youngsters and Weight Loss: The Art Of Slimming For The Typical Teenager

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Teens, Youngsters and Weight Loss: The Art Of Slimming For The Typical Teenager

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41 pagine
22 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jan 12, 2016
ISBN:
9789634281849
Formato:
Libro

Descrizione

Although teenagers might have less weight-related health problems than adults, those teenagers who are obese now, are be more likely to grow to be overweight as an adult. Teens that are overweight are at risk from a number of different health issues.
Those teenagers who are obese may find they are not only physically unfit, but their well being is quite low. Overweight kids will tend to have a shorter life expectancy than those who are at the best weight for their body type.
It can likewise lead to social impairments and misery, which in turn may cause them anxiety and in some instances, may make them psychologically ill too.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Discover In This Book...
The Family
Inactivity
Genetics
Psychological Issues For Being Overweight
How Teens Can Lose Weight Quickly and Safely
Parenting Your Overweight Teen and Improving Their Self Esteem
Assessing The Health Of Your Child And Whether They Are Obese
Physical Activities As A Family
Helping Teens Lose Weight
Speak to your Teens
Unrealistic Self Image
Resist Quick Fixes
Increase The Amount Of Exercise Your Teen Does
Eat Breakfast
Snack Carefully
Watch The Portions Of Food They Have Each Meal
Check The Calories In The Beverages They Have
Let Them Have The Periodic Treat
Ways Of Getting The Entire Family Involved
Be Positive In Your Attitude When Helping Your Teenager To Reduce Weight
Benefits of Weight Loss Products
Daily Multivitamins
Vegetables and fruit Supplements
A Parent Should Not Worry
AND MORE...

Pubblicato:
Jan 12, 2016
ISBN:
9789634281849
Formato:
Libro

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Teens, Youngsters and Weight Loss - Cheryl Park

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Introduction

Beginning in the late 1990's, a remarkable bump up in weight problems with Americans -- no matter what age, and ethnicity according to facts gathered and analyzed by the National Center for Health Statistics.

Practically 9 million (15 %) children, from ages of 6 and 19 are overweight, and this number is still growing according to facts gathered somewhere around 1999 and 2000 (triple the number of 1980 statistics).Data has shown that another 15 % of youngsters around the ages of 6 and 19 are at risk of becoming obese.

Obesity is defined as having an excessive accumulation of body fats which will result in the individual's body being 20% heavier than their recommended weight. So those whose weight is above what is considered their ideal range, are defined as overweight.

Although teenagers might have less weight-related health problems than adults, those teenagers who are obese now, are be more likely to grow to be overweight as an adult. Teens that are overweight are at risk from a number of different health issues, and these include:

- Some types of Cancer

- Cardiovascular disease

- High Blood Pressure

- Strokes

- Diabetes

Those teenagers who are obese may find they are not only physically unfit, but their well being is very low. Obese folks will tend to have a shorter life expectancy than those who are at the best weight for their body type.

It can likewise lead to social impairments and misery, which in turn may cause them anxiety and in some instances, may make them psychologically ill too.

A study that was carried out and information which were released in May 2004 suggested that obese boys and girls are more associated with bullying than those youngsters who have traditional weights. These poor kids don't just end up being the victims

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