The use of household chemicals leads to childhood obesity.
Cleaners affect the intestinal microflora of the child.
This was confirmed by scientists from Britain. Experiments of experts revealed that those children in whose house too often use household chemicals tend to be overweight. This is explained by the fact that cleaning agents affect the intestinal microflora.
Reducing the number of bacteria Haemophilus and Clostridium and increasing Lachnospiraceae provokes a change in the normal functioning of the body. The digestive system of the child often fails, so even by the age of two years, such children weigh significantly more than their peers.
Scientists also say that poor diet plays a key role in obesity. Excessive calorie intake is the main criterion for this disease.
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