The Messy, Messy Relationship Between Income (and Race) and Obesity

The irony of obesity is that, according to conventional wisdom, it's a disease for poor people in rich countries. Around the world, the countries with the highest estimated obesity rates include the U.S., the UK, Australia, Canada, Finland, Argentina, Chile and Mexico-except for the last two, all wealthy countries with GDP per capita above $30,000.

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