How can Hunger And Obesity Increase Worldwide Concurrently?
Majid Ali, M.D.
My Simple Answer: Because Food and Environmental Chemicalization Is Increasing Worldwide. The Study Provides Direct Evidence For My Oxygen Model of Obesity
A 2017 Study Shows Obesity Rate Exceeds 10 Percent Worldwide
A 2017 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that obesity rates at least doubled in 73 countries between 1980 and 2015, and “continuously increased in most other countries. The researchers analyzed “some 1,800 data sets from around the world,” and “found that excess weight played a role in four million deaths in 2015, from heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease and other factors.
The Study also found that the US has the highest rate of obesity among children and young adults at almost 13 percent, while Egypt has the highest adult obesity rate at 35 percent.
About 30 percent of the world’s populations is obese or overweight, having a BMI of at least 25.
The US has the highest rate of obesity among children and young adults at almost 13 percent, while Egypt has the highest adult obesity rate at 35 percent, according to the same study.
Obesity levels were higher among women than men across all age groups, which correlates with previous findings on obesity.” The US had the greatest number of obese adults, 79.4 million, while China had the second greatest number, 57.3 million. Bangladesh and Vietnam have the lowest obesity rates of 1 percent.