- 15% of children and adolescents 6-19 are overweight and another 15% are at risk
- 10% of preschool children 2-5 are overweight
- 1 in 5 children are currently obese
- For those who are obese at 10-13 years of age, they are 70% more likely to be obese as adults
- Self-esteem is negatively affected and may result in the development of personality disturbances that last a lifetime.
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