Effects of nutrition and obesity on current and development of type II diabetes in children
Diabetes is a condition that holds a high record in chronic categories. The state brings a lot of concern from various research teams in a move to foster control of the human health. All efforts from different angles are directed at finding the ultimate cure or control for the diabetes condition (Scheen 166). The condition that is reported to have fallen into the categories of chronic diseases by the year 1998 has shown a great danger to many young generation across the word. This condition becomes more of concern in the New York City following the fact that the Americans are reported to have high death toll compared to other states in the world. According to the reports released by the American survey team, the condition is becoming one of the most costly chronic disease among the young citizens of America (Reaven 149). The diabetic states happens to be a chronic disease that calls for close attention and with great interns in the practical knowledge. The condition is reported of late to be high among the young kids in the United States of America. Records from recent surveys reveal that between 8% and 45% of the young children are being diagnosed with new cases of diabetes each and every year. This percentage only reflect the number of cases of newly diagnosed type II diabetic children in the aged 11-19 In New York City (Markovic 523). The diabetic cases in the young children in the United States of America as well as in the general world brings challenging scheme that actually very few individuals can precisely define. Close attention to the young children at such instances have been reported to play an important aspect of success in clearly understanding the situation on the ground. This research tries to bring an understanding of the epidemic disease that is quickly spreading and colonizing the young, as well as the old aged in the globe. The research reveals that the bright aspect of conditional treatment has been fruitless in the cases of the young children with most of them being diagnosed at an age that can’t clearly define the live style culture.
From the research findings it is clear that diabetes type II condition has totally revolutionized the way that the body of the young children regulate the glucose levels. This implies that the body system of the young kids is profoundly changed in nutritional aspect. The research capitalizes on the aspect that the human body frequently break the food that we take into glucose and other key nutritional factors that the body requires in order to thrive. Failure to sustain the point of glucoses balance in the body, the human nutritional chemistry is entirely altered. The alteration was pointed out to be worse case in instances of the young children who are growing. The young body typically need a lot of energies to thrive and grow uniformly (Mankad 192). According to the findings, it was revealed that the failure in securing vital nutrients in the body system leads to a condition of uncontrolled growth in this young folks. In a simple explanation, the control of glucose in the body of the young children plays all the key evolutional aspects of development.
In the study, the young children are reported to have highly been affected by the fact that nutritional factors in the globe are at constant change. The research revealed that the changes in the mode and trends of the standard feeding systems are a prime contribution to the significant depreciation in the serenity of health in the New York City at the present day. According to research conducted in the United States of America in the year 2005, it was reveal that in very 20 deaths, one of them is attributed to by diabetes. The study further depicted that the death tolls up to 8,700 deaths in each day with an average of six deaths every minute. In this interest, this study further realized that the core aspect that contributes to most of such deaths originate from the type II diabetes. According to the data collected this study established that the diabetes type two is well linked to the instances of obesity and nutritional essence. In the year 2008 a lot of complaints were erected and directed at the retrieval of the critical aspect of health living. In this campaign lead by the world health organization, it was revealed that a great number of individuals were being diagnosed with the type two diabetes. The toll was on a rise claiming lives and scaring many off the typical lifestyles. In many, forcing a change in dietary scheme. The records reveal that by that very year at least 171 million individuals had diabetes with all of them reported of suffering from type ii diabetes. It’s shocking on the quick rise in the standard morbidity in the cases of diabetes over the past years. Based on this argument this study ventured out and found that an average morbidity of cases has increased by 26% from the year 2002 to 2013. The research further depicted that the rise in the morbidity is indicated by the increase in the cases of diabetes type two. From the findings, it’s clear that the claim of live by this chronic disease is projected to be on the rise in the next six years. Owing to this, fear looms that the death toll in the years to come is expected to claim more young lives compared to the old aged.
The research suggests that more attention should be put forth by the scientists to evaluate the mode of nutrition among the citizens. The cases of diabetes are termed as lifestyle factored. According to research by a team from the Texas University, death arising from the diabetes can be curbed if the modes of nutrition are regulated. The point was well furthered in the research by revealing that the very most important consideration in the cases of diabetes is the intake of calories and the balance of energy determinant factors of the body. From the data collected, it’ clear that the cases of diabetes 2 are commonly contributed to by two main aspects of life (Dandona 272). In this case, the data collected reported two cases. Aspect of lifestyle, which we have control over, and the aspect of a genetic lineage that we have little control over. In this argument, the research reveals that only 20% of diabetes type 2 are related to the instances of genetics. In the other remaining percentage, the cases are contributed to by the lifestyle aspect.
According to the findings, in the genetic stand, persons with given set of combination gene are likely to develop or resist the development of this class of diabetes. In this aspect, the role of the gene in the development of diabetes type 2 is mostly linked in families and mostly in twins (Karakurt 176). It was revealed that the cases reported of children that acquire diabetes type ii through such mode are very minimal and that the percentage does not make significant contribution.
The research found out that genetic aspect plays an important role in the control of the day to day activity of an individual life. According to the research, this cause of diabetes type 2 is well implicated in families that are known to hold a long standing record of diabetes cases in the blood stream linage only. According to doctor woodruff, children born to such parents contains 20% chances of suffering from the defection. The research finding revealed that the development highly depends on the lifestyle aspect of the family (McCullough 176). Such instances have been reported to be well controlled so far and have shown tremendous results in early realization of the character within a family lineage. This implies that with well information on the family background, the gene can be controlled and thus prevented from expressing in the instances of offspring. The research findings further reveal that susceptibility to diabetes type two is lower in modern generation following the advancement of technology that tend to protect the young ones from full blown cases of genetically linked type two diabetes.
According to the research, the principal contributor to the cases of diabetes in the New York City as well as other developed state is the sudden change of lifestyle among the individuals. The research reveal that two aspects come to play when talking about a change of lifestyle in the modern world. Firstly it was found that the current lifestyle has much contributed to the lazy style of leaving. Individuals all over the globe are targeting at leading a luxurious life where they are deprived of physical exercises. The health, on the other hand, is put into jeopardy (Wright 245). According to research conducted by a health team in the year 2003 in the United Kingdom, 76% of the residents were projected to be obese. This was linked to the reckless life lead by this individual. In this study the results pointed out that among the 76%, 51% were young individuals aged between years 11-19. The news is a shock following the disclosure that the cases of obesity in the world are projected to raise by a margin of 89% by the year 2030 if no action is taken. The revelation means that, for every four individuals one is obese or likely to be obese (Bergdorf 221). According to the data collected, results seem away far unrealistic following the argument that, for every two obese individuals one is likely to be diabetic by the year 2030.
This research then puts it clear that a balance should be established between the caloric intake and the physical activity of an individual. From the data collected from medical records, it was revealed that an imbalance in the two leads to cases of medical instability in the body facilitating the occurrence of a change in the body metabolic process. This kind of imbalance is associated with the insulin resistance. The insulin resistance is an important factor in the development of diabetes. The study revealed that among the leading obese contributors, insulin resistance is commonly linked to cases of diabetes type two. It was further pointed out that type two diabetes also accrues following the central obesity. This type of obesity comes as a result of the accumulation of fats in the lower abdomen. This form is commonly more prevalence of people who have little exercise in life and with high rates of calorimetric consumption (Haixia 231). The research revealed that all the young children that are experiencing this sort of obesity are reported to be type two diabetic. The central obesity has been implicated in other cases of disorders in the life of young children including heart attacks as well as blood problems. In a research conducted by a team of researchers from the Northern Carolina, the accumulation of fats in the central belly tend to lead to the production of metabolic complication (Manger 244). The fats produce some hormones and other substances that are reported to be harmful to the body organs. Such materials have been published of causing damage to the blood vessels as well at the pancreases in the cases of young children. According to the study, obesity in this aspect has highly contributed to the continued deterioration of the human stability in the metabolic system. The alteration in the metabolism mode has been well implicated in the instances of type two diabetes among youths aged five years and 19 years. The cases worsen in situations where the children come from families with a lineage of genetically susceptible individuals to cases of diabetes type two. The diabetes in this set of children is expressed at an early age of around three years. According to the records drawn from the directories of world health organization, such children are subjected to further anomalies, and most of them end up dead at an early age of around nine years. The research findings pointed out that the few who also survive tend to function poorly in the life aspects and the health status of such children is always at jeopardy (Vague et al 276). In another research conducted in the laboratories of the John Hopkin University, results revealed that individuals with obese conditions have a poor control of hormonal production. The study showed that when obesity diseases strike individuals at a young age, their body system tend to fail to function correctly forcing most of their biological process respond incorrectly and at instances the responses are negative. In such cases, the body fails to function properly and instead turn against its regular process. The cases of obesity at points have been implicated in instances of cancer among the young individuals. The research revealed that that the lowering of one’s weight through physical exercises works a lot well in the cases of reducing instances of diabetes. The results further pointed it out that the regular physical activity and proper nutrition among the youths does not only reduce instances of obesity but as well reduces the instances of experience of the defective gene. In an explanation by a medical scientist, the regular loss of weight and proper nutrition by youths, facilitate the reduction of the cases of diabetes type two in genetically susceptible individuals (Draznin 234). The findings further showed that a proper nutrition reduces the cases of type two diabetes and helps control the medication in the healing process. The research findings points out on the importance of capitalizing on the principal aspect of responsible living.
From the analysis of data it is revealed that the real aspect of diabetes redemption holds in the ability to control the human character pertaining the way they eat. From data collected it was pointed out that eating habits of all the human being directly affect the cases of obesity that directly reflects on the aspect of diabetes type two. In all the cases studied, levels of cholesterol intake and fatty food intake are the essential response point. The study showed that the control on the account of food consumption plays a key role in the young children shield from diabetic instances. The study encourages for what is termed as the energy balance in the nutritional category (Draznin 211). The Study reveals that in the lives of the young children, a reduction in the cases of fat intake by 30% accumulates a reduction in the cases of diabetes by 50%. Nutrition plays a vital role in the remedy of the chronic disease control among the young children. The study revealed it out that intake of low carbohydrate foods is highly discouraged in cases of diabetes two. The low carbohydrate consumption effects are not well known, and the ultimate case is likely to cause an increased defect in the standard functionality of the glucose control system. The error increase chances for development of type two diabetes cases among the young generation. The research further reveals that the key controlled nutrition results to a reduction in cases of new diagnosis by 26%.
Therefore it’s clear to state that two key aspects play role in the prevention of diabetes type two. The two aspects include, nutrition control and obesity watch among the young generation.
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