Yeah, video not working. One of my favorite quotes from the article though:
But a small group of scientists have begun looking beyond the obvious because of a group that can’t chew, let alone jog: infant obesity rose more than 70 per cent in just 20 years. You can’t blame them for unhealthy lifestyles. The scientists suspect that, starting in the womb, man-made chemicals may be triggering changes to our metabolism that result in life-long weight gain.
Why would you need or want to look 'beyond the obvious' when the blatantly obvious
pretty much explains everything?
While it's true you can't blame an infant for being obese due to an unhealthy lifestyle- you can sure as shit blame it's parents.
I have still yet to see a single infant that was obese (for an infant that is- those little cherubs are supposed to be kinda chunky to begin with) that was breastfed for it's first 10-12 months and then weaned onto a balanced diet, while undertaking a reasonable activity level for an infant.