The government has issued a new exercise guidelines which will make it easier for people to stay fit and active throughout the year.
The guidelines will also help prevent the spread of obesity.
The UK Health & Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) said that for every 1,000 people who exercise regularly, their chances of being overweight will be reduced by one percentage point by 2020.
It said that by 2020, the number of people in the UK who were overweight would be at its lowest level since 1971.
This is a reminder of how challenging it can be to keep fit and healthy in the modern world.
In a statement, the government said:”The UK is on track to achieve a reduction in the number and proportion of people living in extreme obesity by 2020 compared with 2020 in the previous decade.
This is an achievable target and one that can be achieved without compromising health, wellbeing or public health.”
It said that the new guidelines would also help to tackle the growing epidemic of obesity and prevent obesity in children, people with disabilities and older people.
The guidelines come after the health watchdog found that almost half of people who were diagnosed with obesity between 2011 and 2016 were already overweight.
The health watchdog also said that it had identified a “growing number of individuals” with an “increasing number of health and behavioural problems” as a result of the rise in obesity.
It said it was “extremely concerned” about the rise of obesity in the country.
The health watchdog said it had recorded a rise in the use of “fitness supplements” such as sports drinks, energy bars and powders and the increase in the incidence of the “obesity-related” condition of “metabolic syndrome”.
It said the rise was not due to a lack of evidence but was “partly attributable to the widespread availability of such products”.
In a new report released by the health authority, Dr Simon Baron-Cohen said that, in general, people who are obese are at a higher risk of becoming overweight, with about half of all people in Britain being overweight or obese.
Obesity affects people of all ages and all socio-economic backgrounds and can have a negative impact on a person’s health and wellbeing.””
There is growing evidence to suggest that excess body weight can lead to poor health outcomes, and that excessive body weight is associated with increased risk of several health problems.”
Obesity affects people of all ages and all socio-economic backgrounds and can have a negative impact on a person’s health and wellbeing.
“We need to ensure that the UK continues to make progress in reducing obesity in order to meet the UK’s health, well-being and environmental goals, and to prevent future generations from becoming obese.”
It is crucial that the health authorities, and our partners, are working together to support the development of effective, effective prevention and support strategies to reduce obesity and associated health problems.
“The guidelines will be released by October.