The Man Who Lost 200 lbs Podcast – Episode 02 – The Obesity Epidemic Statistics

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In this episode I go through some necessary information on obesity, I talk in more detail about classifications and obesity Staging System – tools by which health practitioners assess obesity. But I mainly focus on a second topic – the obesity epidemic, and statistical overview that defines it.
I must apologise for the sound of my voice, which is caused by a sour throat and a mild cold.
And I also recognised one particular mistake: Percentage of the obese population of individual Asian countries that I listed at the end of this episode should be “less than ten percent”, instead of “less than five percent”. I beg your pardon.
Hopefully, the episode wasn’t dull even though it revolves around numbers and stats.
Thank you for your time.
Have a fantastic day.
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