According to the U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), 32.8 percent of Mexican citizens are considered obese, claiming the title over the United States with 31.8 percent. Meanwhile, Mexico has experienced a three-fold increase in rates of obesity and overweight among children since 1980, leaving 70 percent of today’s adult population overweight.

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