Obesity is most commonly measured using the body mass index (BMI). The World Health Organisation considers adults with a BMI of 30 or more as obese. In this video, we will see the ranking of the most obese countries in the world by the share of adults that are obese from 1975 to 2016. this comparison shows some countries with a ridiculous obesity rate. The most obese country in the world wasn’t America nor Kuwait but Nauru wich considered the top fattest country in the world basing on BMI index not only share of obese adults.
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