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Yes, Dr. Ross you are correct---yet 'telling' people to make a change is not working nor is all the nutritional information available any and everywhere.

The only true solution to obesity is to guide people into making "Positive" changes within the home.

Thus, until the professionals acknowledge that to help one overcome obesity and related diseases first you must help them overcome their emotional, mental and behavioral addictive habits congruent to the growth of obesity!

Although the mass of nutritional information is worthy those most in need of such tune it out!

You cannot stop adult obesity; but if parents were to be subtly guided toward making positive easy and affordable modifications within the home while developing more healthful habits then these same habits are carried into adulthood and adult obesity can thus be possibly be prevented!

You may not change an adult's poor habits and routines until they decide to make that change; yet you can subtly guide a parent toward instilling positive modifications to routines and habits for the sake of their kids health, future and over all well-being.

The answer is not in calorie or nutrient counts but in substituting poor culinary and behavioral habits with more healthful affordable ones!

Hence Obesity is as much of an addiction as alcohol; and until the individual wants to make that change all the preaching to change grows obsolete!
Yet for a child---it is up to the parents to make a change and a change that will last for a lifetime to come.

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