Childhood obesity might be an increasing problem, but it’s not an insurmountable one. A recent study focusing on the impact of nutrition programs in middle schools found that children receiving nutritional education were better able to maintain a healthy weight than peers that didn’t. This shows that nutrition education is key to helping children make smart choices and develop a healthy life-long relationship with food.
If such programs became standard, they might very well lower the rate of childhood obesity and diabetes for future generations. Article