Antibiotics in children leads to the development of obesity

Researchers from America believe that taking antibiotics in childhood may impact on the indicators of body mass in the very near future. Note, obesity is a multifactorial disease. Its appearance is influenced by genes and environmental factors (overeating, unhealthy lifestyle, low physical activity).

For many people to cope with the extra weight was difficult. Scientists do not urge to refuse the antibiotics, but to start taking this group of drugs only after consulting your doctor. Uncontrolled treatment with antibiotics, physicians consider cause the body more harm than good.

To combat obesity, as a rule, requires a lifestyle change. Reducing caloric intake, increasing physical activity, and optimization of routine a positive impact on the person's weight.

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