Intervention Study Aiming at the Preventation of Excess Weight Gain in Childhood (Pehmeäkantinen kirja)

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The prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled during the past three decades in Western countries and is rapidly increasing in developing countries. Some reports of abating prevalence numbers have started to emerge, but the prevalence is still high. Obesity results in many social and health-related disadvantages during childhood that often track to adulthood. Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases are the most serious complications of obesity. Overweight or obesity seems to frequently originate from preschool years. To prevent the continuum of obesity, preventive actions should start during this early period of life.

The aims of this dissertation were: 1) to evaluate the effect of lifestyle intervention targeting mothers in maternity or child health care clinics (The NELLI pilot study)regarding their offspring's weight development until four years of age; 2)to describe protocol of the pragmatic behavioural intervention trial (The VACOPP Study) aiming to prevent excess weight gain during preschool years; and 3)to report its first results on pregnancy and infant growth outcomes.
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