Lack of Exercise Is More Deadly Than Obesity | Big Think

Lack of Exercise Is More Deadly Than Obesity

Lack of exercise is more deadly than obesity, according to a study of 334,000 men and women which found that twice as many deaths are attributable to physical inactivity than to obesity. For the study, a European heath commission tracked individuals for an average of twelve years, measuring height, weight and waist circumference, and used self-assessment to measure levels of physical activity.

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