Diabetes is one of the biggest challenges facing us today. Today’s children are expected to have diabetes at rates unprecedented by American history. There is only one way to make sure this doesn’t happen to them. Somebody needs to step in and try to find a way to prevent the epidemic before it arises. That’s exactly what Dr. Mark Holterman is trying to do with his training camp for kids. With his help we may be able to avoid a crisis in the making. It won’t be easy but this plan is designed to give children the help they need before it’s too late. Read more Q&A at Interview.net with Dr. Mark Holreman.
The Current Situation
Holterman has spent considerable amounts of time studying the diabetes situation in America and he has a firm belief that today’s numbers are headed in the wrong direction. In order to help turn things around Holterman is trying to find a way to get kids to understand the importance of nutrition and exercise. Obesity and poor diet are bringing our kids closer to this sad reality. Somebody needs to do something about it in order to make sure it doesn’t happen.
What Needs To Change
The first thing Holterman is trying to change is the way we think about exercise and vegetables. These are absolutely essential to giving kids the right start in life, but we simply aren’t doing enough to make sure they are given these resources. Another major issue affecting kids is the complete lack of education in nutrition. Kids simply aren’t being taught about education in the same ways that they were in the past. That’s playing a huge role in why so many kids are at risk of diabetes today. This is something that absolutely must be changed.
How He Plans To Do It
The camp that Dr. Mark Holterman has created is essential to making sure kids get the proper nutrition they need. Nobody else out there has taken up the responsibility. Given his years of research into diabetes, it seems that he would be the perfect fit for putting our kids on the right track. Read more on crunchbase.com about Dr. Mark Holterman.
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