Obesity cases are spiking in children which means too much body fat and a higher body mass index (BMI) is a silent killer leading to higher mortality rates. Certain factors such as eating a diet high in calories, a sedentary lifestyle, genes, a sluggish metabolism, lack of sleep, stress, suffering from endocrine disorders and intake of junk, processed and canned food can lead to obesity in children.
Did you know obesity cases are not only rising in adults but even adolescents? Being obese can make teenagers fall prey to a variety of health problems or serious complications. In an interview