There is a pretty pronounced problem in with obesity within the UK, but surely it is an exaggeration to say that almost two thirds of adults in the UK are either overweight or obese. Well according to BMI standards this is the case. But most people realise that there are going to be people who have a higher amount of bone or muscle mass compared to others of their size, and we know that BMI doesn’t account for this. Yet did you also know that mortality rates are much lower in both genders with a higher BMI?
Recently we have been told that being overweight or obese is not good for you, and we have learned about yet another risk associated with this. Which is of course a greater chance of experiencing coronavirus symptoms on a more severe level. Therefore most of us would recognise that this is a problem which needsContinue reading “UK Obesity Plans aren’t going to Work (and Instead will be Counterproductive)”