This is a map of Europe detailing each country’s prevalence of obesity among its adult population. An obese person is defined as having a body mass index of 30 or more.
Turkey is the European nation where obese adults are most dominant, with over 32 percent of Turkish adults are obese.
Seven countries have a 25 to 30 percent obesity prevalence. Eleven nations report an obese population of 23 to 25 percent. Twelve nations say 21 to 23 percent of their population is overweight.
Ten European countries have a low obese population at below 21 percent. The European country with the lowest obesity prevalence is Bosnia and Herzegovina, with only 17.9 percent of its people being overweight.
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