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Association of Childhood Obesity with Obese Parents and Other Familial Factors: A Systematic Review

Author: ANKITA AWASTHI, BHASKAR GUPTA, PAPIYA BIGONIYA
Abstract: Obesity and overweight in children have been tripled over the last five decades, making it a global health challenge. Childhood obesity impacts physical and as well as psychological health. Obesity is a metabolic disorder resulting from behavioral and heritable causes. Childhood obesity is correlated with a high rate of thyroid, diabetes, dyslipidemia, and hormonal imbalance, along with depression and psychosocial problems. This review aimed to highlight the causes and consequences associated with weight gain in children concerning parental and familial factors. The review recounts the global impact of childhood obesity, followed by its familial relationship. The influence of parents eating habits, lifestyle, the dietary pattern on childhood obesity has been explored along with its genetic relationship. The effect of parental obesity on children's psychosocial development was enumerated. The review sums up the consequences of childhood obesity and provides suggestions for the management of obesity.
Keyword: Children, obesity, family, parent, food habit, diet
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.030
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