Nowadays, most Uzbekistani men are overweight. Sedentary work, junk food and driving are the key factors leading to less activity, which consequently is leading to obesity amongst them. Moreover, the majority of traditional food is oily and Uzbekistanis tend to consume it daily. Sitting or sometimes even lying in chaykhanas after work also leads to excess weight amongst men. However, despite the fact that carrying excess weight is harmful, Uzbekistani men – especially members of the older genera...
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