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Obesity rates in the U.S. lowest for those who engage in the most physical activity
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The prevelance of obesity in U.S. adults is lowest among those who engage in the most physical activity compared to those who do the least: 19 percent versus 37 percent. Obestiy Rates by Activity Level
Obesity rates among U.S. adults according to their activity level
The prevelance of obesity among U.S. adults according to their activity level according to the latest survey taken in 1999-2002 are as follows:
- 37.2 percent for those engage in minimal activity
- 30.3 percent for those engage in a moderate amount of activity
- 18.8 percent for those who are activity
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Sam Z. Sun
Regulatory, Nutritional and Scientific Affairs Group
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