The global epidemic of obesity is a major public health problem in many parts of the world (Branca, Nikogosian, & Lobstein
T, Baur L and R Usuay Obesity in children and young people: a crisis in public health.
calculated that to reduce BMI to 1980 levels in the UK would require an 8% reduction in consumption across the country, costing the food industry roughly EeAu8EeA[cedilla]7 billion per year.
A key aspect of the obesogenic environment is omnipresent food marketing directed at youth (Harris, Pomeranz, Lobstein
, & Brownell, 2009).
In recent decades, childhood obesity has increased rapidly (Wang and Lobstein
2006) and may jeopardize later health, imposing high costs of illness on society (Daniels 2006).
6% in girls (both [greater than or equal to] 7 years) in 2005 (Ji & Cheng, 2008), which is similar to that of some industrialized countries (Wang & Lobstein
Pagrindiniai isoriniai veiksniai, turintys itakos asmens savireguliacinei sistemai (Davison, Birch 2001; Lobstein
Dr Tim Lobstein
and Professor Mike Daube acknowledged that previous studies show that a little alcohol may lower your risk of heart disease, while a lot will raise the risk.
1) In "The Size and Risks of the International Epidemic of Child Obesity," for ex ample, policy analyst Tim Lobstein
compares childhood obesity to a "massive tsunami," a "time bomb" in order to rhetorically punch up his claim that the persistence of "excess body weight" from childhood to adulthood in Europe, North America, and Australia especially, conflicts with a child's "natural growth" (107).
Andriambeloson E, Magnier C, Haan-Archipoff G, Lobstein
A, Anton R, Beretz A, et al.
Rates of childhood overweight and obesity continued to rise globally, with recent research indicating rates have reached epidemic proportions (Lobstein
, Baur, & Uauy, 2004; Wang & Lobstein
Our Slamming the use of websites to promote junk food, report author Dr Tim lobstein
said: "Firms are now using new technologies to encourage children to market to each other and bypass any parental controls.