As he waddled across the gym floor, Julius tried to keep up with the rest of his class. Because of his 257 pounds, he was panting and forced to stop constanly. Does this scenario sound familiar? Today in the United States, teen obesity has become a serious problem Teens need to work to become healthy. First, teens need to be good to theri body and eat properly. Secondly, they have to stay in shape. Finally, teens have to keep a healthy state of mind.
First, teens need to eat properly at all times! Eating that bag of Cheetos or double quarter poiunder vgalue meal from McDonald's just will not cut it. Going out and eating at Toco Bells or Wendys is not as healthy as many teens think. Much of the food that is made at hese fast food destinations have more than 2,000 calories. the averave human being is only intended to consume between 1,500 and 2,000 calories per day. After eating at a fast food restaurant, that person wouldn't be able to eat for the rest of the day. the only options available after eating at a fast food palce are to either stave for the rest of the day, or to risk gaining a few pounds. if teens would just eat nutritious meals then they would have nothing to worry about.
NOt only do teens have toeat properly, but also they msut stay in shape. Teens these days are way too lazy. Theyw ould rather stay home and watch Spongebob Squarepants than to go out and play some good old-fashioned basketball with their buddies. with the technologial stage that our nations is now in, transportation is becoming easier and easier. The invention of the automoble has helped in many wasy but has also made teens lazy and obese. they rely on an automoble for everything. Instead of just walking down a snow-covered Fifth Avenue to a friend's house, they would rather jump into the car and drive the half block. this is just one of the many examples that teens do not impvoe their bodily status.