Angela: 3 rules to reverse obesity & bad behavior in kids
We have talked a lot on “An Open Mind” about the growing concerns of childhood obesity. Medical doctors and dieticians have schooled us about what needs to be done to save the next generation…save them from fat related diseases like diabetes, heart attacks and strokes and even some cancers.
Remember, this generation may be the first to not live as long as its parents. And this doesn’t begin to address the social pain overweight kids go through.
In our continuing effort to help parents, teachers and loved ones find answers about an issue that affects millions of children and will ultimately cost all Americans in increased health care costs… we invited LSU psychiatrist Kristopher Kaliebe to join us. He has a very interesting theory about what parents can do to reverse obesity in their children and at the same time reverse other destructive behaviors that he believes are extremely interconnected with getting fat.
Dr. Kalibe has three rules…rules that may sound simple, but may be tough to implement in a society moving in what some feel is a destructive direction.
Parents, give this show a listen. I’m sure it’ll give you some helpful insights.
FULL AUDIO: Angela talks to Dr. Kristopher Kaliebe about childhood obesity