Child obesity is on the rise in this country and many others and it's been a continuing struggle to address the problem.
A Danish pediatrician thinks he might have the answer.
In a trial of his plan, he's treated 1,900 children, and helped 70 percent of them reach and maintain a normal weight.
But there are 20 things the children have to do to make it work. Now the Danes are urging other nations to learn from their experience. The BBC's Malcolm Brabant reports.