These are the countries predicted to have the highest number of children and adolescents with obesity by 2030
This graph shows the countries predicted to have the highest number of children and adolescents (aged 5-19 years) with obesity by 2030. The World Obesity Federation warns that diseases linked to childhood obesity will overwhelm the health services of many countries.
World Obesity Federation (2019). Atlas of Childhood Obesity. London, England.
|Country||Predicted obese children|
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Source: World Obesity