Even sport does not save children from excess weight gained in fast foods

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Sci­en­tists have found that no phys­i­cal activ­i­ty is able to cope with the fat that enters the body of chil­dren from unhealthy fast food.

It used to be wide­ly believed that any fat, even from junk food, can be removed with the help of sports exer­cis­es.

Now it has been sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly proven that even if a child moves a lot and does some kind of sports, but at the same time absorbs french fries and ham­burg­ers, he will not be able to cope with excess weight.

In addi­tion, extra pounds are fraught with prob­lems with the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem, increase the risk of dia­betes and high blood pres­sure.

Researchers call for spe­cial atten­tion to the nutri­tion of ado­les­cents. After all, they con­sid­er them­selves adults and try to make their own deci­sions about break­fast and lunch. In addi­tion, in ado­les­cence, they often refuse to play sports.

Thus, it is very impor­tant to tell kids about the dan­gers of eat­ing fast food and teach chil­dren to eat healthy as ear­ly as pos­si­ble.

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