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Childhood is obesity is a growing problem in the 21st century, a condition that is exacerbated by the proliferation of fast and processed foods, which our fast-paced life demands. As a result, children as early as two years old are getting addicted to junk food, and in the process gain unhealthy and unnecessary weight.
The key to weight loss is to get them up and moving. The more they move, the more calories they burn. “Walking, jogging, bike riding and Rollerblading are all great ways to burn calories,” says Jennifer.
“Encourage your child to eat three small meals and two small snacks each day so she doesn't go for long periods feeling hungry, which can ultimately lead to binging,” Jennifer says.
Like every endeavor, your child’s weight loss journey will be more bearable if people are being supportive of his efforts and helping him achieve his goals.
“It is important for your whole family to change its way of eating to help your child,” Jennifer advises. “Make sure that you don't keep a lot of junk foods in the house. Keep cut up carrot sticks and celery as well as fruit on hand. Make healthy low-fat meals for everyone in your home. And most of all, be supportive of your child and provide a lot of encouragement.”
A registered nurse-turned-writer who likes binge-watching crime shows, Bianchi believes pizza is mankind's greatest achievement.
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