Weighty issues

Lewis, Len
August 1997
Progressive Grocer;Aug97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p17
Trade Publication
Discusses issues about adult weight. Percentage of overweight adults according to a study in American Demographics magazine; Some dietary advice of Americans; Cities with the highest percentage of obese adults; Leanest towns and percentage of the adult population who is considered overweight.


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