4 November 2015
A year on since their last report ‘Careless Eating Costs Lives’, 2020health has released a new study examining the wealth of current knowledge and data on obesity titled 'Fat Chance? Exploring the evidence of who becomes obese' The study seeks to address one crucial question: ‘Who exactly is becoming obese?’
The study looked at 16 data-sets to determine ‘who’ is obese in the UK, and what are the key correlates linked to rising levels of obesity. Julia Manning, Chief Executive, 2020health believes the report confirms the incredibly complex nature of the challenge that we face to improve the health of the nation.
To view a copy of 2020healths press release and report, please click here.
Notes to editors:
- 2020health is an independent, social enterprise think tank whose mission is to “Make Health Personal” - Giving people the information, understanding and confidence to take a meaningful role in their health and wellbeing, and creating the conditions for a healthy society.
- The report builds on last year’s report: ‘Careless Eating, Costs Lives’, for which AB Sugar also provided 2020Health with an unrestricted educational grant.
- For further information on the Making Sense of Sugar campaign, visit www.makingsenseofsugar.com or follow us on Twitter @senseofsugar.