'Obesity is a bigger health crisis globally than hunger, and the leading cause of disabilities around the world, according to a new report published Thursday in the British medical journal The Lancet.'
The Global Burden of Disease Report reveals a massive shift in health trends
Worldwide, obesity has increased 82% in the last two decades
Diseases like stroke and heart disease are leading causes of years spent sick or injured
Is there really a requirement for Tesco in the UK to be encouraging British citizens to eat more food by making it cheap, including using deceptive practices [horse burger anyone] to increase already grossly overinflated margins?