Obesity is spreading across Australia because of a sedentary lifestyle, cheap fast food, and a stronger focus on academics at school, an Australian broadcaster told Good Morning Britain.
Jono Coleman said despite Australia's reputation as a health conscious, sporty nation, obesity rates were climbing faster than anywhere else in the world because "all those things that effect the UK and America" were now happening there.
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