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40% of working-age Russians are Overweight

The Russian Statistical Institute announced that in the past five years obesity has increased in Russia.

40% of working-age Russians are Overweight

The Russian Federal State Statistics Agency announced on July 9th the final five-year report of its public health research. According to the report, 40% of the working age (19-60 years) population in Russia is overweight.

Emphasizing that there is a serious nutrition problem in the country, Statistics Director Aleksandr Surinov noted that both children and adults living in Russia are fed at least once a week with boiled salami and sausage.

Surinov said, '' This is an indication of unhealthy nutrition. It turned out that a very small amount of fruits and vegetables were consumed during the research. "

Previously, the Russian Ministry of Health reported that 45.4% of Russian people were obese in the last five years.

Source: riafan.ru