Medics claims there is "convincing evidence" that spending glued to televisions, computers and smartphones burns childhood fat, The Sun reported.…
Medics claims there is “convincing evidence” that spending glued to televisions, computers and smartphones burns childhood fat, The Sun reported.
The World Cancer Research Fund report found increasing exposure to smartphones, tablets and game consoles in childhood drives long-term weight gain – identified as one of the main causes of cancer
Caroline Cerny, from the obesity health authority, also warned to eat too much unhealthy food and drink , with sedentary lifestyle, contributes to weight gain and obesity.
“We also know that when children spend time in front of the screens, they are bombarded with junk food ads,” said Cerny.
“This new report highlights the dangers of unhealthy lifestyles and children’s exposure to advertising.”
According to NZ Herald, the new analysis looked at 80 studies with more than 200,000 people to investigate the causes of increased obesity and I [1
9659002] It follows that findings from the WRCF link are overweight or overweight in 12 common types of cancer including breast, prostate, fat, liver, ovarian, kidney and pancreatic cancer.  “Eating too much unhealthy food and drink, with sedentary lifestyle, contributes to obesity and obesity – so much is clear. We also know that when children spend time in front of screens they are bombarded with junk food ads,” said Ms Cerny.
Sophia Lowes, from Cancer Research UK, cautioned overweight children every five times more likely to be overweight as adults, “Being worried because they will then increase the risk of 13 different types of cancer.”
“Therefore, it’s important that we see a 9 pm dusk on junk food ads on TV and similar protection for children watching ads on -Demand and online.
About two out of three adults are now overweight or overweight.
The report warns of over-consumption of sweet drinks and junk food also burns obesity, which increases the risk of cancer.
The study also found breast-fed children were less likely to become obese .