A Computer Game for Exercise:
The Nintendo Wii Fit Plus is the first computer game to win consent from the Department of Health. Active video games that make players move and jump during game about may help fight fatness, and make person slim and smart.
A health department spokesman supposed that active video games were a ‘great way’ to get kids moving.
The video game industry has been attacked frequently by the government for encouraging a inactive lifestyle.
Wii Fit Plus is an updated version of the Wii Fit game.
It consists of the traditional activities like yoga, aerobic exercises and, but include the aptitude to target particular areas of the body.
The Change4Life product will be used by Nintendo online, in TV advertising and in stores.
A Department of Health spokeswoman said: "Active video games, where kids need to jump up and down or dance during the game, are a great way to get kids moving more, and that is useful thing for kids health.
The biggest obstacle to increased activity are lack of time, cost, and humiliation so being able to exercise at home can, for some people, help them overcome this.
"Little bits of activity like this all the way through the day can easily include 60 active minute’s kids need."
Nintendo is not the first company that the Department of Health has established links with.
Gaming industry trade magazine in March complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about a government advert recommend that children who play computer games may die early.
The advertisement from the Change4Life campaign proves a boy playing a game; just do nothing ‘with the slogan ‘Risk an early death,
Dr (expert in Weight Concern, said: "We have to be matter-of-fact; people will continue to use games consoles but by teaming up the Wii with Change4Life the message is obvious, that a healthy lifestyle engage increased activity as well as dietary control.
"We know that games consoles which promote and encourage activity can help children, and adults, to be more active, for exercise.