Excessive Eating and Less Physical Activity Discussion

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is considered one of the ten most obese countries in the world, where the obesity rate reaches 59% in adults and 9% in children. This is due to the consumer lifestyle in the Kingdom and the lack of physical activity and health education for young adults that leads to an increase in deaths resulting from diseases that cause obesity Such as angina pectoris, heart attack, stroke and arterial blockage Years later. This research aims to modify dietary behavior and change lifestyle starting from school, with the aim of creating a healthy generation by evaluation the adherence of some selected governmental schools with the school health department regulations and polices.

I will collected  some secondary data and I may need to done some interview with program officers in some schools.

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Immoderate body fat content is a health complication resulting from excessive eating
and less physical activity. Poor diet and excess calories also cause obesity. The risk factors
connected to obesity include heart problems, diabetes, and stroke. Saudi Arabia is one of the
countries where obesity is becoming a health concern in the current years. Obesity is
affecting the entire population, starting from children to older adults. Research led by the
World health organization in collaboration with several organizations listed Saudi Arabia
among the top 30 countries with the highest obesity in young boys and girls in 2016. WHO,
via its spokesman Dr, Fiona, warned of obesity increasing over the coming years, therefore,
raising the alarm for the need for immediate action to control the growing health crisis (Lee,
2017). Obesity among adolescents, especially among girls, is an issue of concern because
11.8% are obese boys while 13.9% a...

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