diabetes, heart disease and other associated pathologies with obesity are causing the greatest number of non-traumatic deaths in North America.
in EE. THE. the percentage of overweight population, obesity or morbid obesity now exceeds 35% and away from change is anticipated that 2030 two in five Americans suffer from this condition.
Young people are particularly hit by the epidemic since it has been profound changes in lifestyle. While previous generations lived in a world where physical exercise was part of normal daily activity in the form of games and sports, minors now prefer to interact online using computer games or console. Sedentary lifestyle dominates the scene.
The amount of food available and the way in which it is consumed It is also different from what were once made. Before it was normal home cooking newcomers products orchard, or farm cultivation. Conversely, now processed products are really abound in the shopping cart, and they come added sugars and saturated fats that they have gotten such a bad rap. Not that they're bad Leg, It is that their abuse triggers physiological changes that can undermine our quality of life.
In any case, the changes that have resulted are not as important as the solutions to be put in place for this trend does not continue to rise. Endocrine and medical associations EE. THE. They try to inform consumers and reach the youth through schools.
In cases of families in which several members have the diagnostic picture of obesity, the efforts of scientists and professionals are dynamited by the sabotage that takes place in the family. Because of this type of harmful behavior have emerged, Besides, adults who think that being overweight is not a medical problem and are suffering social marginalization to be treated differently just to have a different body.
This dangerous perception of reality has already attracted thousands of people who have made fatshaming an enemy who should join. Hiding behind the alleged attacks of the rest of the population, They refuse to deal with their problems and instead prefer to lead social change that makes the world suits them.
Trials being forced to buy two plane tickets in order to have enough space, legal battles against manufacturers of chairs for breakages that occurred when all reasonable mechanical stress on the legs overstepped, endless fighting in the courts to settle the responsibilities in a free buffet restaurant that blocked the entrance to a customer for its insatiable maw ... We've seen it all, but the new campaign movement acceptance of obesity wants public places count on infrastructure and furniture appropriate to their needs.
Restaurants must now decide what to do. They have been slow to recognize the existence of the problem, and demands made by people who are overweight may be stacked quickly. Do you stay firm and contribute to social welfare or adapt to this new segment of society empowered and seek profits at any cost?
It is a difficult dichotomy, especially when it is taking into account the situations they go through some of the people affected. Chairs with armrests narrow can become a torture when any movement is prevented and the slightest adjustment of position leading to chafing thighs.
Nor is it enjoyable to be in a room where all tables are glued. For bulky people this forces them to move with exaggerated caution while target all eyes feel. A kind of walk of shame.
Those who are overweight, but do so with pride, they can not enjoy a meal in a restaurant if the chair that holds them is flimsy structure. Round the same question again and again through the minds of these diners: Will endure or eventually collapse?
The movement advocates point out that not consider such situations is a sample of predetermined marginalization. Although accept that camaraderie service restaurants courteously tries to help once they are informed of the problem, They accuse managers of catering businesses not to worry in advance of these circumstances, at the current rate, increasingly they will become more frequent.
The furniture of the restaurant is not exactly cheap. Readapt the distribution of local public rooms can make a significant investment to which not all restaurateurs can cope without a detailed analysis of the pros and cons to justify spending. With all the cards on the table, the question is: what to do?
Currently there is no right answer.