Stats show Australians concerned about diet and weight

New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on health service usage and health-related actions have revealed some interesting insights. With regard to healthy food access, reports from GPs (an Australia-wide survey) say that the most common lifestyle issues discussed (by those aged 15 and over) are:

  1. Reaching a healthy weight (13.6%)
  2. Eating healthy food or improving diet (11.2%)
  3. Increasing physical activity (9.5%)

That’s a significant number of people across the country who have concerns about their diet and weight.

 

March 28th, 2017|Categories: News, Research|