According to the NY Times, countries in the OECD are fat, some very fat. Mexico leads the field (could it be all those flour tortillas and liter sized bottles of beer?) based on stats from 2006 with 70% of the adult population being considered overweight and 30% of the adult population being obese. USA follows closely behind at 68% and 28%.
In response to these statistics, Mexico has drastically changed regulations covering what can be sold to kids at school. Read more about all this fatness at the following links:
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