the cause of obesity

Your work consists mainly of reviewing a small sample (5-9sources or references) of relevant research evidence.
Please take into consideration the following requirements:
It must be well organized and free from any syntax problems, and documented according to the APA manual. You must review evidence from a minimum of 4-5 different sources.
It must have a title page that must include the paper title and your name (on the top half); and the paper abstract on the bottom half.
The paper abstract must be a short paragraph consisting of three statements, one after another: problem statement (focus and purpose of your work), methods statement (How it was done), and findings statement.
Your paper must be 8-10 pages long (double space, 12-point font, and one-inch margins). It should be structured as follows:700 words work cited 8-10 pages long (double space, 12-point font, and one-inch margins
Title
Abstract
Introduction
Background
Problem statement (purpose of the research study)
Causes of obesity: A review of a sample research of findings
Based on the research evidence reviewed, the causes of teen obesity include: peer influence, coercive sexual relations, dysfunctional family patterns, and poverty.
Discussion and Conclusion
References
Please note that you are not required to use the causes above. Rather feel free to write on the causes of obesity that your literature search reveals, which could include some or all of the causes mentioned above.
Your paper will be evaluated using the rubric provided in LiveText.
Your work must be submitted via both MOODLE and LiveText.
Obesity, to a large extent, is an avoidable condition that leads to a number of avoidable diseases: hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and some cancers.
What I find interesting is a recent survey that shows twice as many people in the United States are concerned about the fat content of their diets as they are about the total number of calories consumed. This line of thinking leads to obesity no matter what food is eaten.
While many people may scrupulously avoid fats, meats or alcohol, they will consume large amounts of other foods. Or they will buy foods that read “Fat Free” on the label. That huge bowl of pasta, for example, or that fat-free cake or sweetened cereal may not have much fat, but each is loaded with calories. Excess calories that are not burned off through physical exercise cause weight gain.
The conclusion is overweight people should eat less and exercise more.