As Obesity Spreads, Dieters Diversify

June 2004
Prepared Foods;Jun2004, Vol. 173 Issue 6, p39
Trade Publication
Addresses the spread of obesity and diversification of dieters in the U.S. Statistics concerning prevalence of obesity; Response of the World Health Organization regarding the trend of obesity in Western countries; Types of diet plan among dieters based from a study; Effect of dieting efforts of U.S. citizens on their body weight.


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