Graphic – U.S. obesity rates

By Reuters Staff
January 22, 2009

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We are a fast food nation that parks our butts on the sofa and and vegetate to our favorite sports team or reality TV show. Our diet is not balanced, to rich in meat and starches. We also eat out way to mush consuming overly large portions and to much sodium. Water is replaced with soda. Even kids are getting kidney stones. No one should be surprised at the cost of gluttony.

Posted by Anubis | Report as abusive

Hi,

Great site!!!! Obesity is the cause of many diseases. There are a lot of American’s that are over weight. We have to stop eating FAST FOODS it is killing us. Good health is our greatest asset without good health we are doomed to die. We need to eat right, exercise and drink plenty of water to help maintain good health and well-being