The sooner women become addicted to dieting, the higher the likelihood of developing various health problems, including alcoholism and eating disorders. Scientists at the University of Florida have monitored 1,340 women who tortured themselves with diets for 10 years.
It turned out that under powerful social pressure, women tried to lose weight by resorting to various diets. And this applied to women of all ages.
Some, even at the age of three, tried to keep track of their weight and began to actively diet. Others began to control the calorie content of their daily diet only at the age of 26. “If people start experimenting with diets at an early age, then health problems can appear even after 10 years after graduation,” said Professor Pamela Keel. Thus, this effect is long lasting.
Or, it is likely that the matter is in the presence of health problems, both due to the influence of the environment and genetics. In fact, eating disorders is the result of social, biological and psychological influences. If you stop such deviations immediately, then in the future you can avoid the development of problems with food, weight gain and alcohol. It is best to rely on proper nutrition (abundance of fruits and vegetables) and physical activity. A healthy approach should be promoted even in primary school. Because then, when puberty begins, many children will begin to grow and gain weight rapidly, which will plunge them into distress.