Almost seven in 10 Australians are now considered overweight or obese, after rapid growth in the number of young adults stacking on too much weight.
In December last year, the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed that within just three years there had been 18 percent jump in the proportion of those aged 18 to 24 judged to have an excessive BMI.
While this group is traditionally much slimmer than the rest of the population, 46 percent are now considered overweight or obese, up from 38.9 percent in 2014-2015.
On this week’s interview with Tim, I share how we need to take this crisis seriously.
Above all, click on the image to listen to the interview.