Obesity will cost in the next three decades, in industrialized and emerging countries more than 90 million people in the life. The says an OECD study. The experts expect that to obesity or Overweight related diseases, the life expectancy is on average reduced by almost three years.
The Organisation for economic co-operation and development (OECD) based in Paris, reports on Thursday published study. By 2050, there will be, therefore, approximately 92 million corresponding to premature deaths.
Almost one in four is obese
More than half of the population in 34 of the 36 OECD countries, according to the experts overweight, almost obese. The also puts the brakes on the economy in the countries and affected the prosperity of: Obesity, the study reduces to the gross domestic product in the industrialised countries by an average of 3.3 percent.
In the European Union the probability of people in the lower income group to be obese is increased significantly. Thus, the inequality, so the researchers face in.
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Especially for children, Obesity has a negative impact
The OECD has identified that obese children in the school are doing heavier and lower grades. The likelihood of obese children to good school to achieve benefits was 13 percent lower than other. They were missing also longer than children with healthy body weight in the school, and would frequently bullied by their classmates, according to the experts.
As an aid against Obesity, the OECD identifies a number of ways, such as bans, warnings, or seal in advertising on foods, prohibition of certain fats, campaigns on mass media or education programs. The OECD is the most highly developed economy unites Nations and emerging countries such as Mexico or Turkey.
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