Hello, my name is Mia and I come from a small town in Croatia. The reason why I need money is because I want to start a job at a company that helps overweight people. As we all know, the reason for being overweight is poor diet and lack of time. So the products are completely natural and do not contain various chemicals.
Over the past 15 years, the number of overweight and obese children in Croatia has increased by 15 percent. We have come up with alarming data that almost every third child is overweight or obese.This is worrying because obesity is one of the biggest public health problems.Overweight is accompanied by a number of consequences, from diabetes to problems in the cardiovascular, digestive and musculoskeletal systems.
The photo shows the percentage of overweight men at the age of 20 and older.
The photo shows the percentage of overweight men at the ages of 20 and younger.
The photo shows the percentage of overweight women at the age of 20 and younger.
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared overweight as early as 1948, and the latest data suggests that it is the world's largest chronic health problem. Obesity has become a global epidemic. At the beginning of 2007, there were an estimated one billion and 700 million obese people in the world, of which over 300 million were obese. WHO estimates that by 2015, the number of obese will rise to 1 billion! The process that causes obesity is a reflection of the environmental impact, genetic inheritance and individual's relationship to food and their body, and overweight is the second most common cause of preventable deaths. Research has shown that obesity at age 40 reduces life expectancy by 7 years. The biggest culprit is too little physical activity and poor nutrition. Data from 2007 show that Croats ranked third in obesity in Europe. Many find the fact that food in Croatia, especially the one that favors weight gain, has started to be sold in large quantities, unlike in the past. Although the solution to this problem is very simple - eating less and being more active - there are still obese people in Croatia and in the world. World Health Report data shows that 2.5 million people die from obesity-related diseases each year in the world. In Europe, 320,000 people die annually, and unless the trend of obesity-related diseases stops, it is estimated that about 5 million people will die in 10 years.
As you can see, the situation is not much better, so I would appreciate if you could help me so that I can help others who really needs help.