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Surely a child can't have high cholesterol!?!

by , 20 June 2014

Everyone knows that when you get older you have to start checking your cholesterol levels. In fact, you need to check them when you're 20!

That's a bit young to have to worry about your cholesterol, isn't it?

Or is it?

Emedicinehealth.com says that research proves that the build up of cholesterol begins in childhood. And children can have high cholesterol.

What's worse is the way children's diets keep evolving with the times. But not in a good way.

No longer is a cheeseburger, chips and a milkshake a weekly treat; it's become an everyday meal! If they eat too much dietary cholesterol their bodies can't cope.

So what is this doing to our children and how can we stop it?

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Too much dietary cholesterol is causing your child’s health to fail

One of the saddest things about overweight and obese children is that it’s not obvious that they may suffer from high blood pressure and high cholesterol. So it’s not often you’d have a doctor check these when your child is ill.
And it can be devastating to their health, even more so than an adult with high cholesterol. Not only are their systems not able to cope with the masses of fat in their bodies, they have the rest of their lives ahead of them. Lives full of health troubles!
So what do you do to protect your children from this?

Remove the masses of dietary cholesterol from your children’s diet

One of the main factors if fast food, take-aways and treats that contain high fat concentrations. You don’t have to completely eliminate these foods from your child’s diet, just limit it.
Rather reward your child once a week with a treat and encourage them to learn healthy eating habits during the week. 

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