The large number of overweight adults could be the result of dietary changes that have already taken place decades ago. This could explain why in the U.S., obesity up far in the 2010s has increased, while the consumption of sugar began to decline at the end of the 1990s. This is reported by researchers of the University of Tennessee.
In contrast to most other studies, the ways in the search for causes of Obesity on the current behavior and food habits, have studied the authors of the study, whether dietary habits from Childhood have an impact in adulthood on body weight. For this you have to set the increase in obesity among adults in the United States since the 1990s, with the annual sugar consumption since 1970 in relationship to each other. This " showed:;The dietary habits adopted by children in front of 30 or 40 years, could, in fact, the current obesity crisis in adults erklären", the study’s author, Dr. Damian reported back.
Since 1970, sugar consumption has greatly increased, and found its summit in the year 1999. By 2016, nearly 40 percent of all adults in the USA were obese in Tennessee, the obesity rate in adults has, for example, from 11 percent in 1990 to almost 35 percent in the year 2016, more than tripled.