More Root Based Foods and ExerciseCould Help with Obesity

Stretching is an important start of the day.

The rate of obesity in America is growing, and as 38 percent of Americans are obese, as 17 percent are teenagers. There is an expectancy of 44 percent of Americans to be obese by the year 2030.

According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, through the Healthy Eating Research program, “teens have a higher rate of not realizing the greater number of calories in fast foods.” In the survey performed, 34 percent of teens do not accurately calculate the correct calories when eating fast food and junk foods, as to 23 percent of parents of school-age children and 20 percent of adults.

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The wrong type of food to eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack.  This package contains three servings(about 15 chips). Total clories from entire bag is 440 calories and 260 calories from fat, also sodium and sugar.   Photo by: Cynthia Gladden

Further research indicates that at the end of the day healthy lifestyle choices and no exercising is the biggest culprit for obesity, making many people responsible for their own growth into obesity.  Healthier eating choices and appropriate exercise can help with burning unnecessary calories that lead to obesity.

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Immune system support. … Bone strength. …Eye health. Pineapples can help reduce the risk of macular degeneration, a disease that affects the eyes as people age, due in part to its high amount of vitamin C and the antioxidants it contains, Digestion Health and Anti-Inflammatory benefits. Photo by: Cynthia Gladden

Eighty percent of adult Americans do not meet the governments physical activity recommendations for aerobic and muscle strengthening, causung a high rate in healthcare cost for obese patients with sicknesses related to obesity.

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