Overweight - the new normal
Updated: Mar 21
According to the most recent annual Scottish Health Survey, 28% of adults were classed as obese in 2018. The average adult body mass index (BMI) in Scotland was 27.7, up from 27.1 in 2003. Your BMI gives an indication of your health risks. A BMI between 18 and 25 is regarded as "Normal", between 25 and 30 is classed as "Overweight" and a BMI between 30 and 40 is in the "Obese" range. If you have a BMI over 40 you are classed as "Morbidly Obese." Not only can obesity affect life expectancy it can be responsible for conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes Type II, stroke, cancer, joint problems such as osteoarthritis, and high blood pressure.
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