According to statistics, Canadians apparently have higher rates of overweightness and obesity people than the United States.
Yet when I go to the states, it’s obvious that those numbers are fucked. I see more horrifically obese people in five minutes in Colorado than I do in five years in Alberta.
This leads me to conclude either:
Canada and the States have different criteria for “overweight” and “obese” (at 190 lbs and 5’ 9" I’m considered “preobese” by BMI, despite my fairly decently defined abs).
The studies were not done very well.
All the fat-asses are out East and thus I never see them.
I prefer to go with “3”. :D[/quote]
Several years ago, my wife and I went to Anaheim/Disneyland. We kept asking each other “Where are all the fit people that California is supposed to have”. Everyone… I mean EVERYONE seemed to be fat.
Barcelona was a different story…