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(IOTF) data and the World Health Organization (WHO) report in accordance with the International Obesity Expert Working Group, the global rate of nearly 10 percent of children are overweight, obesity rate of 2% to 3%. China has become the world's second most obese country, the number of obese after the United States. Children's obesity rateis increasing now, which makes parents more worried about the child's health.It is a tool to measure food that allows parents to monitor how much their children eat to a certain extent.