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Hemmingsen 1 Trey Hemmingsen Mrs. JoAnne Morenz English Composition 101A 23 September 2006 Most Kids Are Fat Children in this generation are becoming more and more obese every day. I think that it is mainly the parents fault. The other two reasons are heredity, and the child’s low exposure to physical activity. Many people disagree that it is the parent’s fault that kids are obese, but I do not see how it can really be the kid’s fault, because they do not really have a choice in the matter. Obesity can be defined as an excessive accumulation of body fat. To be considered obese, a boy’s total body fat must be twenty-five percent or higher than their total body weight, and a girls must be thirty-two percent higher than their total body weight. Statistics show that between five and twenty five percent of children are obese. Obesity in children is also expected to be on the rise. I see little children every day in my school, and many of them are what I consider obese. I have also noticed that schools,
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course ENGL 101A taught by Professor Morenz during the Fall '07 term at Iowa State.

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