It has been recently revealed in a report that the increasing rates of obesity might be a cause of problem for the people, in the time to come, because it might tend to shorten the age gap amongst people. It was revealed by the head of the Australian Medical Association of Queensland that the higher rates of obesity seen in the indigenous Australians in the recent times, might be a reason for the increasing age gaps, as well as tend to lower the life expectancy rates amongst them in the time to come.
"You can pay $7 for a fairly ordinary cauliflower, or $1 for a small tomato, or $20 for five kilos of rice. Yet the chicken and chips are the same price as Cairns or Brisbane”, said AMA Queensland president Richard Kidd.
The rising rates of obesity might mean putting the kids at a constant risk of diabetes and a host of other diseases. This calls for the need for better efforts to be made by the authorities as well the people of the vicinity to help in putting up a strong fight against obesity in the time to come. This is the only way in which the health and life expectancy of the people will be benefited in the future.
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