Kids’ obesity in decided in mothers’ womb
The researchers of Kings College London and University College London have concluded a study that says that the level of obesity of kids is determined in the womb of mothers. Women’s diets have the key to the health of their babies. The International Journal of Obesity has published the report. Babies’ gene has programmed to make the kid obese if her mother is not taking good diets. According to the data of obesity, a third of 12-year-olds are overweight and a fifth are obese in Scotland. Dr David Haslam, the clinical director of the National Obesity Forum says that Genes’ role is other things however, people may tackle the obesity. Professor Steve Bloom, an obesity expert at Imperial College London confirms that genes have an important role in growing obesity but they are not the sole cause. Lack of exercise and eating too much are the other possible factors of this problem.