Re: ‘The environmental impact of obesity: longitudinal evidence from the United States’

This letter serves to affirm the stance and the evidence presented in the recent article by Squalli, entitled: “The environmental impact of obesity: longitudinal evidence from the United States”.1 The said paper adds weight to the notion that two of the greatest threats facing contemporary society are climate change and the rise in non-communicable diseases, including obesity.2 Further, this article highlights that individual behaviors and health outcomes can have global consequences.

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Re: ‘The environmental impact of obesity: longitudinal evidence from the United States’