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Kids Children obesity risk factor!

a 15 years old child eats lots of fast food. his birth weight was 4500

what is the most important factor for obesity risk in him?

1- fast food OR 2- birth weight!?
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Genetics. Your genes may affect the amount of body fat you store and where that fat is distributed. Genetics may also play a role in how efficiently your body converts food into energy and how your body burns calories during exercise. Even when someone has a genetic predisposition, environmental factors ultimately make you gain more weight.


Unhealthy diet and eating habits. Having a diet that's high in calories, eating fast food, skipping breakfast, consuming high-calorie drinks and eating oversized portions all contribute to weight gain.


http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/obe...N=risk-factors
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ok what most common risk factor for obesity

A- eating a lot of fast food

B-your parent obese ( genetic)

C-birthweight high
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