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  • Is THIN going extinct?

    THIN要滅絕了嗎?

  • Nearly a third of our children are overweight or obese.

    我國近三分之一的兒童超重或肥胖。

  • And the numbers continue to rise.

    而且數字還在繼續上升。

  • Childhood Obesity is a serious epidemic.

    兒童肥胖症是一種嚴重的流行病。

  • We're at risk of raising

    我們有可能提高

  • "supersized" kids who may live sicker and die

    quot;超大號"的孩子,他們可能會活得更久,更死。

  • younger than the generation before them.

    比上一代人更年輕。

  • Because at younger and younger ages we're

    因為在越來越年輕的時候,我們'。

  • starting to see children with significant medical

    開始看病的兒童有重大的醫療

  • complications related to being obese.

    與肥胖有關的併發症。

  • Type-2 Diabetes, hypertension, elevated cholesterol.

    2型糖尿病、高血壓、膽固醇升高。

  • These are illnesses that we had not seen under the

    這些都是我們沒有見過的病症,下。

  • age of 20 before.

    20歲之前,。

  • With so many of us being

    隨著我們這麼多人被

  • overweight these days, sometimes being fat looks,

    現在超重,有時候胖的樣子。

  • well, "normal, "but it is not, and it is dangerous.

    好吧,"正常,"但它不是,它是危險的。

  • An overweight child usually grows up to be an obese adult.

    一個超重的孩子通常長大後會成為一個肥胖的成年人。

  • We're in the midst of an epidemic of

    我們正處於一種流行病中的

  • obesity in this country, between fast foods,

    在這個國家,快餐之間的肥胖。

  • greasy foods, and sugary drinks.

    油膩的食物,和含糖的飲料。

  • If we don't change what we do

    如果我們不改變我們所做的事情。

  • we will be a society of obese

    我們將成為一個肥胖的社會

  • people, and I don't thing anybody wants that.

    人,我不'事任何人都希望。

  • It's very scary and it's very real. That's why we need

    這是非常可怕的,它是非常真實的。這就是為什麼我們需要

  • to do something about it now.

    現在就去做一些事情。

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  • Is it "baby fat" or what?

    是"嬰兒肥"還是什麼?

  • How do you know if your child is a healthy weight?

    如何知道孩子的體重是否健康?

  • This is the Cordero Family.

    這就是Cordero家族。

  • Ten year old Elijah has always been a big boy.

    10歲的以利亞一直是個大男孩。

  • I always thought he was bigger, but I didn't really think that

    我一直以為他是更大的,但我並不真的認為'。

  • there was a problem.

    有一個問題。

  • We didn't have much food growing up.

    我們沒有太多的食物長大。

  • I figured if they had a full belly

    我想如果他們有一個完整的肚子

  • they'd be happy you know.

    他們'會很高興你知道。

  • I guess I always thought

    我想我一直以為

  • he was big boned. I just thought, you know, he is

    他是大骨架。我只是想,你知道,他是

  • eating every meal, it's good.

    每頓飯都吃,它'的好。

  • "Here's his growth chart"

    "這是他的成長圖&quot。

  • A doctor's visit told a different story.

    一個醫生'的訪問告訴了一個不同的故事。

  • Elijah's Body Mass Index,

    Elijah'的身體品質指數。

  • or BMI, showed his weight was growing faster than

    或BMI,顯示他的體重增長速度超過了體重指數。

  • his height. A BMI is a simple height-to-weight

    他的身高。BMI是一個簡單的身高-體重

  • ratio that provides a useful snapshot of whether

    的比率,提供了一個有用的快照,以顯示是否

  • a child is overweight for his or her age.

    兒童的年齡超重;

  • I was shocked.

    我當時就震驚了。

  • I guess I didn't realize what we were doing to him.

    我想我沒有意識到我們對他做了什麼。

  • A BMI above the 85 percentile indicates a

    BMI指數超過85%,說明你有

  • child is overweight. It means the child weighs

    孩子超重。這意味著孩子的體重

  • more than 85% of their peers. Above 95% means the

    超過85%的同齡人。95%以上意味著

  • child is obese.

    孩子是肥胖的。

  • The borderline diabetes is

    邊緣型糖尿病是

  • what scared me the most. And I just thought, you

    我最害怕的是什麼。我只是想,你

  • know, I don't want him to have to give himself shots

    我不想讓他給自己打針。

  • every day you can't go back and fix it.

    每一天你都不能回去修復它。

  • The Cordero's are not alone. Most parents don't realize

    Cordero'的並不孤單。大多數的父母都不知道

  • their child is overweight or how serious it is.

    他們的孩子超重或超重的嚴重性。

  • Sometimes the "chubby" kid may not stand out in our

    有時候,"胖乎乎"的孩子在我們的生活中可能並不突出。

  • overweight society. And it's kind of hard to

    超重的社會。而且它是一種困難的

  • accept that more than half the people that we meet

    接受我們所遇到的一半以上的人。

  • everyday are either overweight or obese.

    每天不是超重就是肥胖。

  • Many parents think their child will grow

    很多家長認為自己的孩子會成長

  • into the extra weight.

    成的額外重量。

  • Sometimes that's true, but 75% of the time

    有時,這是真的,但75%的時候

  • it is not. Two out of three overweight 10 year

    它不是。每三個超重的10歲孩子中,有兩個

  • olds will grow up to be obese adults.

    歲的孩子長大後會成為肥胖的成年人。

  • In the past

    過去

  • people would think, "Oh they'll just grow out of it."

    人們會想,"哦,他們'就會長大的&quot。

  • But what we're seeing now is that kids don't

    但我們現在看到的是,孩子們不'。

  • grow out of it. They become obese adolescents,

    長出來的。他們成為肥胖的青少年。

  • they become obese young adults,

    他們成為肥胖的年輕人。

  • they become obese adults.

    他們成為肥胖的成年人。

  • What we need to realize is that it didn't

    我們需要意識到的是,它沒有'。

  • happen in one, two, three, or even five years. It

    在一年、兩年、三年、甚至五年內發生。它

  • started when the kids were 2, 3 years old.

    在孩子2、3歲的時候開始。

  • And that's the urgency.

    而這就是緊迫性'。

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  • Did you know our genes are not our Destiny?

    你知道我們的基因不是我們的命運嗎?

  • Nine year old Anna Ota loves Guinea Pigs and

    9歲的安娜太田喜歡豚鼠和。

  • doing crafts with her Mom. But life hasn't always

    和她媽媽一起做手工。但生活並不總是

  • been so happy. Two years ago Anna was very upset

    一直很開心。兩年前,安娜很不開心

  • about her weight. She would come home and cry

    關於她的體重。她回到家就會哭

  • because kids would have called her fat. This

    因為孩子們會說她胖。這個

  • little girl told Anna that she was too heavy to sit

    小女孩告訴安娜,她太重了,不能坐。

  • on Santa's lap.

    在聖誕老人的腿上。

  • A visit to the doctor confirmed her

    去看了醫生,證實了她

  • fears. Anna was overweight and a borderline diabetic.

    的恐懼。安娜體重超標,又有邊緣性糖尿病。

  • Her dad has diabetes,her grandpa has diabetes, and

    她爸爸有糖尿病,她爺爺有糖尿病,還有

  • my mom has diabetes. I was really worried, because if

    我媽媽有糖尿病。我真的很擔心,因為如果

  • she was that big at that age, how much bigger is

    她在那個年紀就這麼大了,那要多大啊

  • she going to get? How many more health problems is

    她會得到什麼?還有多少健康問題

  • she going to have?

    她會有嗎?

  • Anna was lucky because they

    安娜是幸運的,因為他們

  • caught her weight problem early, while she was still

    她的體重問題很早就被發現了,當她還在...

  • growing. Prevention is key, because if we can

    增長。預防是關鍵,因為如果我們能

  • catch these children when they are in the category

    逮住這些孩子,當他們屬於

  • of being overweight, catch them early and really

    超重,及早發現他們,並真正

  • enforce that the principles of healthy

    貫徹健康的原則

  • eating and exercise, food portions, then most of

    飲食和運動,食物的分量,然後大部分的。

  • these children still have lots of time to grow.

    這些孩子還有很多時間去成長。

  • The goal is to slow down the weight gain and let the

    目標是減緩體重增加,讓。

  • height catch up as the child grows.

    隨著孩子的成長,身高也會跟上。

  • While Anna is younger and still growing,

    雖然安娜還年輕,還在成長。

  • nature is working right along with her.

    大自然正與她一起努力。

  • It's much more difficult after puberty.

    青春期後就更難了。

  • It's critical that we address these

    我們必須解決這些問題。

  • issues at as young an age as possible and we are

    儘可能小的時候就有問題,而我們是

  • working with the bodies physiology.

    與人體生理學合作;

  • Many obese adolescents were obese children.

    很多肥胖的青少年都是肥胖的孩子。

  • If you go back and look at their growth charts,

    如果你回頭看看他們的成長圖。

  • you can see that they were already above

    你可以看到,他們已經高於

  • the 96 percentile when they were 2 or 3.

    在他們2、3歲的時候,96百分位數。

  • They've already had a decade of obesity.

    他們'已經有十年的肥胖症了。

  • Yesenia Torres is a single mother of five.

    Yesenia Torres是一個有五個孩子的單身母親。

  • She knows that her Latino heritage puts her family

    她知道她的拉丁裔血統讓她的家庭... ...

  • at greater risk for obesity and its associated problems.

    肥胖及其相關問題的風險更大。

  • A lot of people from our culture is overweight.

    我們的文化中很多人都是超重的。

  • We eat too much, and

    我們吃得太多,而且

  • we eat big portions of food.

    我們吃大份的食物。

  • An expression of love is feeding the

    愛的表達是餵養

  • kids whenever they ask for food.

    每當孩子們要求吃東西的時候。

  • Its not loving them. I realize that, that's not loving

    它不愛他們。我知道,這不是愛。

  • them, which I used to do that.

    他們,我曾經這樣做。

  • With David especially.

    尤其是大衛。

  • Nowhere is the Childhood Obesity crisis

    兒童肥胖危機無處不在。

  • more pronounced than in low-income communities

    比低收入社區更明顯

  • of color.

    的顏色。

  • Across the country, more than 35 percent of

    在全國範圍內,超過35%的。

  • African American children and nearly 40 percent of

    非裔美國兒童和近40%的

  • Latino children are obese or overweight, compared

    拉美裔兒童肥胖或超重,相比之下。

  • with about 29 percent of white children. And one in

    與約29%的白人兒童。而每一個

  • every two African American and Latina girls are at

    每兩個非洲裔美國人和拉丁裔女孩就有一個是在美國。

  • risk of developing diabetes during their

    患糖尿病的風險

  • lifetimes-a far higher percentage than

    壽命--遠高於

  • white girls.

    白人女孩。

  • Yesenia's oldest daughter, Nathaly, is one

    Yesenia'的大女兒,Nathaly,是其中之一。

  • of those statistics. She was diagnosed with

    這些統計數據中。她被診斷出患有

  • diabetes at age 15.

    15歲時患糖尿病。

  • I felt like there was something

    我覺得好像有什麼

  • wrong with my body, I already knew at 12 or 13

    我在十二三歲的時候就已經知道自己的身體有問題。

  • because of all the headaches and how i felt.

    因為所有的頭疼 和我的感覺。

  • Because when my

    因為當我的

  • blood sugar goes down, my legs get shakey, I can't

    血糖下降,我的腿得到顫抖,我不能'。

  • pick up anything and it gets really hot, it's

    拿起任何東西,它得到了真正的熱,它'。

  • really bad.

    真的很糟糕。

  • When Yesenia's ten-year-old son David,

    當Yesenia'十歲的兒子David。

  • began gaining excess weight, she got scared. My

    她的體重開始增加,她害怕了。我的...

  • son, David, was overweight, and he was

    兒子,大衛,超重了,他是。

  • close to the obese line. She did a cholesterol

    接近肥胖線。她做了一個膽固醇

  • test, it was high; his blood sugar, he was on the

    測試,它是高的;他的血糖,他是在

  • borderline for diabetes, and that's why it

    糖尿病的邊緣線,這就是為什麼它

  • concerned me more. I already have a daughter

    我比較關心。我已經有一個女兒了

  • with diabetes, so I didn't want David to get to that

    糖尿病,所以我不希望大衛得到了這一

  • point. It's very hard to accept the fact that our

    點。這是非常難以接受的事實,我們的。

  • children are overweight. Because where do the

    兒童超重。因為哪裡來的

  • children get their food from. They are getting it

    孩子們從哪裡得到他們的食物。他們得到它

  • from us. Where are they learning their habits.

    從我們這裡。他們的習慣是從哪裡學來的。

  • They're learning it from us. So it's very emotional

    他們在向我們學習。所以這是很感性的

  • to think, Gosh, my habits and my lifestyle has

    想到,天哪,我的生活習慣和生活方式已經。

  • caused my child to have health issues and that's

    導致我的孩子有健康問題,這'的。

  • hard to accept.

    難以接受。

  • I felt really bad. I didn't know what I was

    我感覺真的很糟糕。我不知道自己在做什麼。

  • doing wrong. I wanted to learn What else can I do to be

    做錯了。我想學習 我還能做什麼?

  • better? To feed David better. So he wasn't overweight.

    更好的?為了更好地餵養大衛。所以他沒有超重。

  • The good news is things can change.

    好消息是事情是可以改變的。

  • New innovative programs are showing

    新的創新方案正在顯現

  • promise in fighting Childhood Obesity. Group

    有望對抗兒童肥胖症。群體

  • Health's Countdown to Healthy Living pilot

    健康'的健康生活倒計時試點。

  • program is one example. The program works with the

    程序就是一個例子。該程序的工作原理是

  • entire family to make healthy changes.

    全家都要做出健康的改變。

  • We work with them and help them identify their

    我們與他們合作,幫助他們確定自己的

  • barriers to changing their lifestyles

    改變生活方式的障礙

  • and encouraging more physical activity in their home,

    並鼓勵他們在家中進行更多的體育活動。

  • changing some of their dietary nutrition

    改變他們的一些飲食營養

  • habits in the home, and doing it together as a family.

    家中的習慣,並以家庭為組織、部門共同完成。

  • Kids of these ages

    這些年齡段的孩子

  • they are not in charge. They don't buy the food,

    他們不負責。他們不買食物。

  • don't control the screen time. They're not in charge.

    不要'不控制螢幕時間。他們'不負責。

  • So if you don't involve the whole family,

    所以如果你不涉及到整個家庭。

  • then the likelihood of long term success is limited.

    那麼長期成功的可能性是有限的。

  • Well, you can't just have one person do it.

    嗯,你不能只讓一個人做。

  • You all have to jump on board. You all have to

    你們都要跳上船。你們都要

  • be willing to make the changes. And if he sees us

    願意做出改變。如果他看到我們

  • making the changes, he will.

    做出改變,他將。

  • Making healthy changes as a family

    作為一個家庭做出健康的改變

  • makes all the difference.

    讓所有的人都變得不同。

  • We used to serve ourselves the large plate,

    我們以前都是自己吃大盤子。

  • now we serve the small plate. Even my mother.

    現在,我們服務的小盤。甚至我的母親。

  • We don't call it loosing weight.

    我們不叫它減肥。

  • We don't call it dieting.It's a change in eating style.

    我們不稱它為節食.它'是一種飲食方式的改變。

  • It's making healthier choices.

    它'是做出更健康的選擇。

  • Instead of that candy bar, how about an

    與其說是糖果棒,不如說是一個。

  • apple or orange.

    蘋果或橙子。

  • I feel the success rate for

    我覺得成功率為

  • children depends on the parents. So, if parents are onboard

    子女取決於父母。所以,如果父母上了

  • for making changes, I find that the children

    變化,我發現孩子們

  • are very successful.

    是非常成功的。

  • This is 12 year old Caleb Helm.

    這是12歲的Caleb Helm。

  • He loves playing sports,

    他喜歡運動。

  • scouting and playing music. Today Caleb looks

    偵察和玩音樂。今天Caleb看起來

  • and feels great, but it wasn't always that way.

    並感覺很好,但它並不總是這樣。

  • About eight he started to have a little poochy belly

    八歲的時候,他開始有了一個小肚腩

  • on him. I figured oh, he's probably just going to

    在他身上。我想,哦,他'的可能只是要

  • have a growth spurt really soon.

    真的很快就會有一個成長的高峰。

  • Caleb did not grow out of it.

    迦勒並沒有是以而成長起來。

  • By age 10, kids at school were teasing him

    十歲的時候,學校裡的孩子們都在嘲笑他。

  • and calling him fat. Caleb was a 10 year old kid with

    並稱他為胖子。Caleb是個10歲的孩子

  • the weight of a 13 year old kid. He was kind of

    一個13歲孩子的體重。他是那種

  • off the charts.

    關閉圖表。

  • Caleb's mom was also an overweight child.

    Caleb'的媽媽也是一個超重的孩子。

  • She knows first-hand what it can do

    她親身體會到它的作用

  • to your self-esteem.

    對你的自尊心。

  • I really felt isolated. Felt like I

    我真的覺得自己被孤立了。覺得自己

  • couldn't do something because I was

    因為我不能做一些事情,因為我是

  • conscious about my body.

    意識到我的身體。

  • The psychosocial and emotional factors

    社會心理和情感因素

  • associated with a child being overweight

    與兒童超重有關的問題

  • are just as significant as the medical

    和醫療一樣重要

  • complications actually. Most obese

    其實併發症。大多數肥胖

  • children do have low self-esteem, they have

    孩子們確實有自卑感,他們有

  • problems with being bullied at school, they're

    在學校被欺負的問題,他們'。

  • being teased, which causes some of them to be

    被戲弄,這導致他們中的一些人被。

  • introverts; it can be very devastating to them as

    內向的人;這對他們來說可能是非常具有破壞性的,因為

  • individuals. Everyday he asks, does it look like

    個人。他每天都在問,這看起來像不像?

  • I'm loosing weight. Everyday he asks. So I

    我'正在減肥。每天他都在問。所以我

  • know he cares about it.

    知道他很關心這個問題。

  • They have no peer support because the may not have

    他們沒有同齡人的支持,因為他們可能沒有。

  • alot of friends, and so what makes them feel good is to eat

    很多朋友,所以讓他們感覺好的是吃的東西

  • food. So it's kind of vicious circle.

    的食物。所以這是一種惡性循環。

  • Small changes can make a BIG difference in your health.

    小小的改變就能讓你的健康發生巨大的變化。

  • We used to eat out all the time. Breakfast, lunch,

    我們以前一直在外面吃。早餐,午餐。

  • dinner, Oh hey, let's go get ice cream, you know.

    晚餐,哦,嘿,讓我們'去得到冰淇淋,你知道。

  • Got rid of the pop, that was the

    擺脫了流行,那是

  • first. We'd go through a case of pop a day easy.

    首先。我們'會通過一箱汽水一天輕鬆。

  • Eating out, the McDonald's every morning. Three

    在外面吃飯,每天早上的麥當勞'的。三

  • sausage McMuffins on his way to school. (Five.

    在他上學的路上吃香腸麥當勞(五。

  • Five. He'd eat five easy)

    五個。他'會吃五個容易)。)

  • I used to just be happy that they

    我以前只是很高興,他們

  • ate breakfast. I wouldn't care what they ate

    吃了早餐。我不會在意他們吃了什麼。

  • for breakfast,as long as it was breakfast. So, a

    早餐,只要是早餐。所以,一個

  • plate of nachos was perfectly acceptable as

    玉米片是完全可以接受的,因為

  • long as he was eating. Come home after school and

    只要他在吃飯。放學回家後

  • grab some chips and a pop. Sit down and watch TV on

    搶一些薯片和汽水。坐下來看電視,在

  • the couch.

    沙發上。

  • So I brought five pounds of fat, and I

    所以我帶了五斤肥肉,我...