“Sorry, She’s Not Cute.” Internet Users Slam Viral Video Of Fat Asian Baby Saying She Is Obese

Family & Kids

May 15, 2019 15:40 By Mambee

Most people have linked obesity to a health disorder that only occurs in adults, but that isn’t true.

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According to statistics, 41 million children under the age of 5 were obese in 2016. 70% of these children already have at least one risk factor for heart disease.

It’s why these internet users didn’t feel right about a viral video showing a really overweight Asian baby.

She’s not cute!

A video shared by Baby Life on Facebook has caused a ruckus. It featured an overweight Asian baby being carried.

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She was so fat that her arms had folds! One could easily compare her to the Michelin tire mascot.

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Although some users thought she was cute and fluffy, the vast majority were very concerned about her health. Some of the comments read:

Putting an end to childhood obesity

How can we help conquer childhood obesity? Here are a few tips that may help:

1. Live by the 5210 rule: this means 5 or more servings of veggies per day, no more than 2 hours of screen daily, one hour of compulsory physical activity per day, and zero intakes of sugary foods;

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2. Lead by example with your diet and physical exercise;

3. Eat breakfast as a family and start your day early.

As parents, we need to be mindful of anything that incurs health risks to our kids!

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