Sunday, 31 October 2010

Obesity Waist Circumference Illustration - Healthy, Overweight, Obese



Obesity Waist Circumference Illustration -
Healthy, Overweight, Obese:

Showing from left to right:
  • "Healthy" man has a 33 inch (84 cm) waist.
  • "Overweight" man a 45 inch (114 cm) waist.
  • "Obese" man a 60 inch (152cm) waist.
Image: from Report of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2000. Infographic: FDA/Renée Gordon (Public Domain)
Tags: Healthy - Illustration - Obese - Obesity - Overweight - Waist - Waist Circumference
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1 comment:

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