Currently 1 in 3 adolescents in Mexico suffers from obesity or overweight. This is due to changes in eating habits and the increasingly sedentary lifestyle that we have been adopting over the years.

Nowadays young people consume more junk food. 70% of the food in our culture is fried in oil or lard and to top it all off we have also embraced the American culture where fast food restaurants give you bigger and bigger portions of food .

It is essential that obesity is considered as a serious health problem and not as a mere aesthetic issue. Today, we know that this condition increases the risk of developing multiple diseases such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, heart disease and some types of cancer.

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In addition to the physical consequences of obesity are the emotional consequences. Children and adolescents may feel inhibited or even discriminated against due to the lack of social acceptance due to their image. It is common to hear that obese adolescents are called names at school and are victims of bullying or bullying, a fact that causes depression and low self-esteem.

Filling a gap
It is vitally important to address emotions as many people try to calm emotional pain or feelings of sadness by overeating, since the act of eating has been shown to release neurotransmitters, such as endorphins, which can provide a momentary feeling of pleasure.

Psychological treatment accompanies the adolescent to evaluate, analyze and understand the origin and consequences of their illness. It also allows you to talk about her fears, frustrations and sadness. During therapy the young person must learn to distinguish the difference between emotional hunger and physical hunger. Obesity in children and adolescents results in long-term metabolic changes, so prevention should focus on these age groups, through healthy eating habits and appropriate lifestyle changes.

Here are some tips to help you in the process of learning to eat healthier:

  • Have an individualized eating plan, carried out by a nutritionist and in which personal tastes and preferences are taken into account.
  • Realizar tres comidas principales y dos colaciones durante el día. Esto ayuda a controlar el apetito y la ansiedad. Se sugieren frutas y verduras frescas con cáscara para las colaciones ya que, por su contenido de fibra, no contienen grasas y aportan líquidos.
  • Respetar los horarios de alimentos. Si deja pasar mucho tiempo entre una comida y otra, su apetito puede convertirse en algo difícil de controlar y esto afectará su criterio en la selección de alimentos y platillos.
  • Masticar lentamente. Esto le ayudará a disfrutar más la textura y sabor de los alimentos, además que le permitirá tener una mejor digestión.
  • Aprender sobre el tamaño de las raciones. Esto es indispensable, por ello es necesario emplear los diferentes utensilios de medición para no errar en el tamaño de las porciones.
  • Learn to read the nutritional label of products. Fundamental for the best choice of food to consume and to handle adequate portion sizes.

Adolescence is the stage of life in which the essential habits and attitudes for maintaining a healthy body weight are established, which is why it is very important to help our adolescents to change their harmful habits for healthier habits and thus achieve have a better quality of life.

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