Obésité nord pas de calais habitat

This study highlights that levels of obesity in France remain stable after a marked increase for several years. By contrast, the obesity rate increased by 10.7% between 20.Moreover, the fast food industry has been developing quickly for several years. Moreover, it is more and more being sacrificed by young people. That includes not only gastronomy, culinary heritage and quality products, but also tradition and food habits such as “three meals a day” and eating together.The average eating time for seniors is 2 hours and 34 minutes a day, compared to 2 hours and 13 minutes for those under 40 years of age.However, French eating habits have changed, as studies since 1986 have shown.According to the latest statistics report, in 2010, French people devoted in average 2 hours and 22 minutes every day to eat, which is 13 minutes more than they did in 1986.However, this rate is much higher among young people (representing 41% of their meals). The new statistics report shows that French people give more priority to ready-to-eat food compared to fresh products, and snack more than before.The 2012 Ob Epi report, the 6th epidemiological study of this working group, has just been published.French really do attach importance to their “three meals a day.” Meals are considered as pleasant as reading or listening to music. Only 64% of people under 25 eat between 5 am and 11 am.Lunch time seems to be fixed at around 1 pm, but 60% of executives, self-employed persons and intermediate professionals sometimes don’t have lunch.In comparison 20% of senior citizens sometimes snack.

Young people have higher snacking habits: 41% of people under 25 sometimes snack and 29% of them snack very often.