It is easier to establish from the outset a correct eating behavior, rather than later to try to correct an already flawed, point out the experts. This is the theme of his new book Dimitri Grigoraki.
Greek children has long been the most obese children in Europe. Childhood obesity is a vital problem for the Greek population and requires solution here and now. The wrong diet quality, persistence of family food overconsumption, endless hours watching television and increased school obligations, leaving no time for play, are some of the conditions that favor the uncontrolled weight gain in children. http://kidblog.org/JoelMarionReview/2ee1e1bd-38b8-4578-a990-7cf25594497c/joel-marion-blame-the-stress-the-fact-that-diets-do-not-work/
Childhood obesity: prevention is Kallion
The authoritative clinical dietitian-nutritionist Dimitris Grigorakis identify the causes of childhood obesity and propose solutions diet and physical activity, offering parents the ultimate guide prevention and treatment of the problem. A scientifically documented book, essential for every sensitive Greek family who wants to prevent and overcome behaviors that could create an undesirable weight gain in children.
Based on these data MINOAS Publications and Public Constitution invite you to the presentation of the book "Yes to eating right, not in childhood obesity" by Dimitris Grigoraki, MSc Clinical Dietician - Nutritionist, Wednesday, March 12 at 19:00 at the Public Constitution.
The book will speak for:
George Antonogeorgos, pediatrician, Biostatistics - epidemiologist, a postdoctoral researcher at Harokopio University of
Georgia KAPOLI, MSc Clinical Dietician - Nutritionist Vice Greek Diatrofologikis Company
Ntessy Kouvelogianni, presenter.
The discussion will be moderated by journalist and author Ms. Eva Ntelidaki.
So on the occasion of the presentation of this useful book you recall some of the risks associated childhood obesity and we present some useful tips ...
The consequences of childhood obesity
Increased risk of type 2 diabetes
Problems at the waist and knees
Polycystic ovary syndrome in girls
Increased risk of cardiovascular disease in adulthood
Instruct relatives from giving sweets to the child control. Give your child understand that food does not benefit health and explain the problems they can cause. It is advised to avoid the prohibitions because they can cause adverse effects. Do not forget to provide him with a complete breakfast is the most important meal of the day and give him healthy snacks to take with him to school.