10 Most Obese Countries in Europe

Keep reading the article about the most obese countries in the world in Europe. Overweight has become on of the most important issues nowadays and according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, about one-third of children and adolescents ages 6-19 are regarded to be overweight or obese. Obesity can seriously damage health and ruin the quality of life. The problem is people want everything fast. We want to lose weight quickly as well, so the first thing that comes to mind it weight loss pills. People tend to forget the fact: the overweight didn’t come fast, but step by step, month by month. So we should consider it when we want to lose weight quickly. Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about his topic.

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Without a further ado, let’s check the article. We have picked three countries from Insider Monkey’s list for now. Poland is the first country, where the population percentage of BMI is 30:27. Having a high percentage of the obese population, Poland also has an alarming number of overweight people that reaches over 62% of the whole population. The main reason for overweight and obesity is unhealthy food and food overtaking. Even though Polish government has provided a list of products that should be banned from schools, and introduced educational programs for healthy nutrition, obesity rate in this country is still growing. In Ireland the population percentage og BMI is 30:27. In the past two decades obesity in Ireland has doubled and still rising dramatically, with six out of ten adults and one in four children being obese. Obesity is a consequence of certain lifestyles and socio-economic status. Because of great concern for the health of its citizens, the Irish government has made an Action Plan for 2016-2025 in order to promote and implement healthier lifestyle in Ireland. That is going to be done by introducing healthier lifestyle to young people and children in schools, campaigns supported by mass media, urban planning that will involve more outdoor areas for recreation. At last but not least we mention Slovakia, where the population percentage of BMI is 30.27.4. Some of the leading causes of mortality in Slovakia are cardiovascular diseases (causing 54.5% of deaths) which are in tight connection with obesity. The alarming fact is that obesity is rapidly inclining annually, being 27.4% in 2014 compared to 24.6% in 2010.

For any further interesting iformation you should read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 most obese countries in the world in Europe

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