Obesity in children tends to persist into adulthood. The most common health effects described in the literature include:
W. Morales et al. “Childhood obesity: Aetiology, comorbidities, and treatment”.
The weight of the bones, in fact, represents a fairly constant proportion of our weight: about 15% in males and 12% in females.
It is true that to permanently solve the problem it is essential to change one’s eating habits and lifestyle.
On the contrary, it is precisely the excess weight at school age that is most correlated with that of adults.
Good physical activity, rather than to lose weight, must serve to preserve and tone lean mass and normalize blood parameters.