By Per Thiemann
Emma Brønlund had hardly begun at kindergarden when she began her first course in healthy living. Along with her parents and two brothers she was taught about exercise games, sleeping habits and green lunch packs.
Since 2009, Emma has been one of over 1,000 2-5 year-olds enlisted in a survey known as Healthy Start, not because any of them were overweight, but rather because of a perceived danger of becoming so. Not least because they either had overweight parents, had a high birth weight or had parents with lower education.