Childhood obesity rates have more than tripled since 1980. Reviews of data from pediatric patients indicate a clear correlation between BMI and lower socioeconomic status. But, why is this happening?
Children will eat at different times of the day, if we allow them to. But should we schedule meals throughout the day, or is it better to eat on demand?
Here is the key to a solution that sound simple but is, in fact, not so easy to comply with: Just pay attention to the quality of the food you choose; eat small portions of it, and schedule your meals.