China is a country that’s been battling obesity for decades.
And for good reason.
China is one of the world’s largest consumers of energy-dense snacks, and one of its biggest consumers of sugar-sweetened beverages.
And the country’s government has made sure to include healthy food in all of its health policies.
But for many Chinese, slimming is a difficult task.
According to a study published in the Journal of Obesity, more than 50 percent of Chinese adults were considered obese at the time they were surveyed.
And although China has made strides in reducing obesity over the past decade, the obesity rate is still rising, according to the World Health Organization.
As a result, China has been cracking down on fat-loss efforts, particularly in the country where people spend the most money on unhealthy snacks, such as sugary drinks and sugary snacks with added fats.
In a country where more than one in three adults are obese, that means nearly 70 million people are overweight.
It’s a problem that the country has been struggling with for decades, and in the last few years, the country is making big changes to try to address it.
To help people lose weight, China’s government created a National Health and Nutrition Plan (NHNP) in 2007.
This plan was meant to guide people toward healthy living.
The plan encouraged people to reduce their calorie intake and increase their physical activity.
According to the plan, Chinese adults should aim to lose between five and six percent of their body weight each year.
By 2020, the goal was to reach at least 15 percent of body weight loss.
In the NHNP, people were also encouraged to follow a few guidelines.
They were also told to eat fewer sugary and sudsy snacks, eat more fruits and vegetables and limit alcohol consumption.
In addition, the NHNP encouraged people not to overeat.
And, while the NHP was meant as a guideline, the government also offered advice to health care professionals and public health officials.
In 2012, China also launched a National Program to Prevent Obesity (NPOP), which has seen a lot of progress over the last two years.
Since it began, China recorded an overall reduction of almost 50 percent in its obesity rate, and the country now ranks as the number one country in the world in terms of obesity rates.
It’s not just about reducing the number of calories you eat though.
According the Chinese government, a healthy diet includes lots of fruits and veggies, lean protein, and healthy fats.
And it’s also important to get enough rest.
According the NHNNP, people should spend at least two hours a day of their time getting to sleep.
This can mean sleeping in, staying up late or getting up early to get the best possible sleep.
The Chinese government also encourages people to eat healthily.
In 2011, China became the first country in world to require health care providers to be trained to understand and treat obesity.
And since then, the health care system has started implementing many of the government’s recommendations.
While the health of the Chinese population is important to China, the problem of obesity is even more important to the global health system.
For that reason, many countries have made changes to their food and nutrition policies in recent years.
According a recent report by the World Economic Forum, countries such as the U.S., France, Canada, Japan, and Brazil are leading the way in changing their dietary habits.
And these changes are working.
In fact, countries that have made the biggest gains in cutting down on their weight-related obesity rates in recent decades have seen the largest improvements in their health.
As for China, its health care overhaul is part of a broader effort to combat the world health crisis, and as a result the country will have a very important role to play in the battle against the obesity epidemic.