March 7th, 2018 | OTHERIf you are one of those parents who push their kids to always have an eye on their diets then you have to pay a very serious attention to this. According to Studies, Adults who were forced to have a diet which consists all the light items may have a higher risk of obesity and eating disorders. The study also reveals that young girls, from a very low income households, overweight or obese or you can say non-white were more likely to experience attitude towards their diet from their parents. As adults the participants of the study who had been pushed to diet were 25 percent more likely to be overweight and 37 percent more likely to be obese than the adults who weren't pressured to lose weight during adolescence. While binge eating was rare, it was 72 percent more likely among the adults who had been pressured to diet as teens. Families those who have a parents who were pushed to be on a diet were also more likely to be teasing one another about their weight and openly talk about each other diets.