Irreligion/religion, recent generations in the United States and obesity

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The Christian Chuck Norris, who is a member of the Silent Generation and a critic of atheism, endorses the Total Gym exercise system.[1][2]

In the United States at the present time, the greater the degree of irreligiosity in a generation, the higher their obesity rate is. For more information, please see the three articles directly below.

Generation Z, irreligion and obesity

See: Generation Z, irreligion and obesity

Millennials, irreligion and obesity

See: Millennials, irreligion and obesity

Generation X, irreligion and obesity

See: Generation X, irreligion and obesity

Baby boom generation, irreligion and obesity

See: Baby boom generation, irreligion and obesity

Atheism and obesity

Two of the major risk factors for becoming obese according to the Mayo Clinic are poor dietary choices and inactivity.[3] According to the Gallup Inc., "Very religious Americans are more likely to practice healthy behaviors than those who are moderately religious or nonreligious."[4]

See also: Atheism and obesity

The current atheist population mostly resides in East Asia (particularly China) and in secular Europe/Australia primarily among whites.[5] See: Global atheism and Western atheism and race

Secular Europe and communist China have significant problems with obesity (see: Secular Europe and obesity and China and obesity). In addition, Australia has a significant problem with obesity (see: Australia, irreligion and obesity).

In the United States at the present time, the greater the degree of irreligiosity in a generation, the higher their obesity rate is. According to the Gallup Inc., "Very religious Americans are more likely to practice healthy behaviors than those who are moderately religious or nonreligious."[6]

In addition, a significant number of prominent atheists are overweight (see: Atheism and obesity).

For more information, See: Atheism and obesity

Ireland, irreligion and obesity

See also: Ireland, irreligion and obesity

A 2016 video documentary entitled From Europes' thinnest to Europes' Fattest - Ireland's obesity epidemic indicates that 40-50 years ago Ireland was the thinnest country in Europe, but now Ireland is facing an obesity epidemic.[7]

In Ireland, the more irreligious Ireland has become, the bigger the obesity problem has become (see: Ireland, irreligion and obesity).

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