“…New Zealanders, among the world’s fatter populations, have now been revealed as among the less active.
About 31 per cent of adults worldwide do less than the minimum recommended physical activity a week.
“Activity” can be related to leisure time, your job, transport – such as biking to work – and housework.
In New Zealand, 48 per cent of adults are inactive, with women, at 50 per cent, more inclined to take it easy than men, at 45 per cent.
And with more than a quarter of adults being obese, New Zealand has one of the highest obesity rates among developed countries.
The global comparison on physical activity features in Britain’s Lancet medical journal…”
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