Twenty Percent of Adults Obese in OECD Countries

OECD-report

According to the new obesity update from OECD, about 20% of adults are either overweight or obese. And there’s no end in sight to this obesity epidemic, which is expected to climb even further until 2030.

What is interesting is that Sweden is one of the least obese countries (see chart above). Maybe the popularity of the low-carb high-fat diet in the last decade has at least something to do with it?

More

Low Carb for Beginners

How to Lose Weight

Earlier

Professor Lustig: “Insulin Drives All of the Behaviors Seen in Obesity”

Amsterdam’s Solution to the Obesity Crisis: No Fruit Juice and Enough Sleep

Top videos about weight loss

3 Comments

  1. Simon Thompson
    I am waiting for a declining trend in Sweden...
  2. Birgit
    That was already presented
  3. Oceanic16
    The 20% figure is the obesity rate only. The overweight or obese average is closer to 50%!

Leave a reply

Reply to comment #0 by

Older posts