Caesarean sections can the risk of children suffering from obesity later to increase significantly. One study by Harvard Medical School, according occurs in children who are born by caesarean section, obesity is often twice as naturally as born.
A team of researchers from Harvard Medical School studied 1255 children from eight maternity hospitals in the U.S. several times. The researchers concluded that a child born by caesarean section twice as likely to have to suffer from overweight or obesity. The reason for this is, according to scientists probably have a different composition of the intestinal bacteria that the child acquires at birth. The results of the study were published in the online publication "Archives of Disease in Childhood," published.