Create a 18 page essay paper that discusses What is the Role of Holistic Family-oriented Treatment in Reducing Pediatric Obesity.Whatever studies are available are empiric with inadequate or inappropr

Create a 18 page essay paper that discusses What is the Role of Holistic Family-oriented Treatment in Reducing Pediatric Obesity.

Whatever studies are available are empiric with inadequate or inappropriate design, and therefore conclusion from the holistic research is not possible)

(In many cases, inadequate knowledge on the biomedical factors related to obesity in childhood, the possible factors were not revealed, and as a result, the phenomenon of childhood obesity and its holistic medicine implications were less understood and hence remained unknown)

(Mainstream biomedical model of health care can access this population, but that field is totally unaware of the holistic dimension of the requisite interventions, hence fails to implement them leading to failure to control childhood obesity)

(This author’s knowledge and expertise in holistic medicine and ability to apply appropriate research methodology may lead to the delineation of guidelines based on clinical holistic medicine that may indeed fruitfully lead to successful interventions culminating into behavioral changes in children)

(Biomedical solutions have been ineffective in controlling these problems, although these have been able to deliver the factors that cause childhood obesity. Behavioral theories pertinent to holistic medicine indicate that lifestyle change is a matter of behavioral modification, which may be initiated by awareness about the factors related to the problem, but sustenance of these changed behaviors must have an element of self-effort on the part of individuals at risk or already affected)

(Since the children are maximally exposed to and influenced by family environment, family interventions may produce results. It is known that family interventions are best done through holistic methodologies, where lifestyle changes of the other members of the family would positively influence the relevant behaviors of these children)