How C-Sections Can Raise the Risk of Childhood Obesity

Recent study found that c-sections may raise weight problems in children risk. It has been reported that cesarean sections and obesity in youngsters are linked to each other. The research also found that approximately 16 percent of kids who are born by cesarean section are diagnosed as obese. Moreover, children who are born by cesarean sections may develop more risks of weight problems in children two times more than those who are delivered vaginally. This might conclude that c-sections may raise weight problems in children risk. So how can it happen?

In line with the study, the c-sections may raise weight problems in children risk. This can happen because moms who had cesarean section often weight more. They also often give birth to heavier babies. Moreover, moms who had cesarean section often breastfeed the babies for a shorter time period. Therefore, the babies often consume more processed milk. However, the research speculated that there are other factors of why c-sections may raise weight problems in children risk. It is found that when moms delivered babies vaginally, the gut bacteria can safeguard the babies from turning out to be tubby toddlers. Therefore, when moms delivered babies through cesarean section, the gut bacteria to safeguard the babies cannot be acquired.

The research also found that c-sections may raise weight problems in children risk because c-section babies generally have more type of bacteria that exist in obese adults. According to these facts, it seems that cesarean section babies tend to be probable to have more perils of childhood obesity. In addition to that, there is also study which discovered that cesarean section babies tend to be more prone to develop

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