Hunger is a health problem for Texas children
by Betsy Kerrigan on September 8, 2016 in uncategorized
Children today are being robbed of time. While academic opinions vary about life expectancy, they all acknowledge that our length and quality of life is shifting due to chronic illnesses associated with diet.
It is unfortunately no surprise that Texas children are suffering from diet-related disease at a higher rate (and younger) than they have in the past. The early onset of diet-related conditions like obesity is bringing about many health problems that children do not typically suffer, such as type-two diabetes and high blood pressure.
These high rates of diet-related disease are clearly related to the 26 percent of Texas...