Monday 20 November 2017

Rear View: Brian and Enda's great crash diet

The latest Department of Health figures showed that the number of people who are overweight or obese has fallen from a roly-poly 61pc in 2007 to a positively svelte 60pc
The latest Department of Health figures showed that the number of people who are overweight or obese has fallen from a roly-poly 61pc in 2007 to a positively svelte 60pc
Kim Bielenberg

Kim Bielenberg

When it comes to the Irish diet, we like to look at a plate half-full rather than a plate half-empty.

So it's time to jump for joy, or perhaps roll around on the floor a bit, to welcome the news that the Irish people are slightly less fat than they used to be.

The latest Department of Health figures showed that the number of people who are overweight or obese has fallen from a roly-poly 61pc in 2007 to a positively svelte 60pc.

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