New Study Says Europe Is Actually Much More Obese Than America

(Source) As waistlines grow in America, so do they in our European counterparts. In fact, 50.1 percent of Europeans can be defined as overweight or obese, a number which has doubled in the last twenty years. In terms of obesity, the EU still falls behind the U.S., although there are some countries that are nipping at our heels.

Recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that 26.7 percent of Americans are considered obese (BMI of 30 or above), although some research points to a percentage of 30 or higher. The average in the European Union is 15.5%, with five countries — United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg, and Lithuania—having rates at 20 percent or higher. The U.K. weighed in with the highest obesity rate of 24.5%

Looks like the shoes on the other foot now huh. Hey Europe, tell me how my ass tastes. Bunch of fat babies pretending theyre better than use because they smoke cigarettes and smell like cheese. Whatever, maybe if those fatasses put down their french fries and picked up a newspaper they would realize that America is the best country in the world. We’re faster, stronger, and smarter than everyone in the entire world, and that’s not opinion that’s scientific fact.


I know that it specifically says in this article we are still more obese than Europe but I don’t give a fuck. Its called selective reading. And no one selectivily reads as well as I do.


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