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Title: Childhood Obesity


1
Childhood Obesity
  • A Question of Balance

2
Dr. Bob ShaynePrivate PediatricianVCU Bundy
Professor for Community Pediatrics
3
What We Will Cover
  • Where are we now?
  • How did we get there?
  • What happens if we continue?
  • What can we do?
  • What can you do?

4
First.Definitions
5
Obese
Big
Fat
Like Her Grandma
Overweight
Pleasingly Plump
Husky
Generous
6
Is This Child Obese or Overweight?
7
Is This Child Obese or Overweight?
8
BMI Growth Chart
Obesitygt95 Overweightgt 85
9
What The Weight Distribution Should Be
10
What The Weight Distribution Is
15
18
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3 Points in Time- 2000
Adult Obesity Rates
12
3 Points in Time- 2005
Adult Obesity Rates
13
3 Points in Time- 2009
Adult Obesity Rates
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And Who is Obese(Boys)?
15
And Who is Obese (Girls)?
16
What is Responsible
Coke
McDonalds
Genes
School Lunches
No PE
Parents
17
What is the future?
18
What can be done (intake)?
  • Eat a good breakfast that does not include
    sugared cereals or other quick high sugar and fat
    items.
  • Pay attention to what your child is getting and
    choosing for lunch. Take control.
  • Eat family meals four times or more/wk.

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What can be done (intake)?
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables.
  • Eat lean meats. Reserve sweet treats for eating
    out and special occasions
  • Limit food treats as a reward for good behavior.
  • Set a personal example

20
What can be done (burning calories)
  • Have your child exercise every day or every other
    day.
  • Exercise with your child.
  • Walk or bike to school.
  • Start a walking, running, dance club at a school,
    church, scout group.

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What Can Be Done (Advocacy)?
  • School measures
  • Limit sodas and junk food from vending machines
  • Offer healthy snacks for school events and sales
  • Petition the school to increase physical activity
    time
  • Increase nutrition ed in the curriculum

23
What can be done (Advocacy)?
  • School and community projects
  • Join up with the safe routes to schools movement.
  • Partner with the school to use recreation
    facilities for after school activities.
  • Encourage sports teams to have healthy snacks.
  • Make community safety a priority.

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THE END
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