Is Child Obesity Real?

Obesity can effect a person's mood, making him or her upset often and not happy. Children who are obese, especially those with low self-esteem and low body image, have a greater risk of being victims of bullying.

When children bully other children because of his or her weight, it can have a devastating impact on their emotional well-being.

When a child gets at least thirty minutes of exercise a day, his or her body will start to get rid of unneeded and unnecessary waste. The body makes cells quicker and easier causing the person to look better on the outside.

Exercising can be the best way to help children focus while in school. Movement helps the blood flow better and in a way resets the brain so that children can pay attention in school.

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