Alongside visiting the Animal Style boys a little more towards the bay area itself was Wolfreign Motors. Xander and his 180SX front S14 was also finishing up a few loose ends to prepare the car to be loaded in a container bound for Japan this week. For more information please visit the link – SUPER D MEIHAN SPORTS LAND x

January 31st, 2011

Ways to Prevent Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is becoming an epidemic in America. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly “1 in 5 school age children and young people (6 to 19 years) has obesity,” data from 2015-2016 shows.

Childhood obesity can be harmful to children in several ways, such as:

  • High blood pressure and high cholesterol
  • Increased risk of glucose impairment, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes, improve your weight loss results with Carbofix.
  • Breathing problems like sleep apnea and asthma
  • Greater risk of social and psychological problems, such as poor self-esteem
  • Higher chance of obesity as an adult

In an effort to combat and prevent childhood obesity, we have compiled a list of fun ways to encourage kids to eat healthy and get active.

Make a Favorite Dish Healthier

Instead of spaghetti and meatballs with regular noodles, try whole-wheat pasta or even get creative and use zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash, take a look to the latest gluconite reviews.

Drink Water

It’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day. Drinking water can also make you feel full and less tempted to eat that sugary, fatty snack.

Incorporate Healthy Snacks

If kids are hungry between meals, offer a fruit or veggie instead of ice cream or chips. Ants on a log (celery with peanut butter and raisins) and Greek yogurt with berries are yummy alternatives.

Teach Kids about Serving Size

It’s OK to have a Twinkie or snack-size bag of chips. These foods are delicious, but also should be consumed in the sm

Childhood obesity is becoming an epidemic in America. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly “1 in 5 school age children and young people (6 to 19 years) has obesity,” data from 2015-2016 shows.

Childhood obesity can be harmful to children in several ways, such as:

  • High blood pressure and high cholesterol
  • Increased risk of glucose impairment, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes
  • Breathing problems like sleep apnea and asthma
  • Greater risk of social and psychological problems, such as poor self-esteem
  • Higher chance of obesity as an adult

In an effort to combat and prevent childhood obesity, we have compiled a list of fun ways to encourage kids to eat healthy and get active.

Make a Favorite Dish Healthier

Instead of spaghetti and meatballs with regular noodles, try whole-wheat pasta or even get creative and use zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash.

Drink Water

It’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day. Drinking water can also make you feel full and less tempted to eat that sugary, fatty snack.

Incorporate Healthy Snacks

If kids are hungry between meals, offer a fruit or veggie instead of ice cream or chips. Ants on a log (celery with peanut butter and raisins) and Greek yogurt with berries are yummy alternatives.

Teach Kids about Serving Size

It’s OK to have a Twinkie or snack-size bag of chips. These foods are delicious, but also should be consumed in the smallest serving size.

Get 60 Minutes of Physical Activity Per Day

It’s important for children to get up and move around, as it benefits both their physical and mental health. When you exercise, your brain releases chemicals called endorphins, which can help improve your mood.

Limit Screen Time

With all the new gadgets and gizmos available, it’s easy to sit for hours on end and stare at a screen. Set a time limit of 30 to 60 minutes for the day, and encourage your kids to get outside or play with other toys.

Below, learn how to calculate your child’s risk for being overweight or obese, and the health risks it poses.

December 22nd, 2010

On the first day, we made our way into the centre region of Tokyo City, planning to visit both garages and shops such as Super Autobacs. The previous night, being our first night in Japan we were unable to find any accommodation, therefore we slept in the car in between a number of rice fields. Definitely one to remember. Arriving in Tokyo earlier than expected, it turned out we had about 3 hours to kill before anything opened. Most shops open around 11:00am in the morning, rather than 7:30-8:00 here in Australia. We took the time to walk a few kilometres around the city. Crossing paths with thousands of businessmen and women this image captured the early morning rush perfectly in my eyes.

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