Obesity in Mexico: the big numbers
By Robin Loving Rowland
Obesity in Mexico is a relatively new problem, having been widespread since the 1980s with the introduction of processed food into much of the Mexican food market. Prior to that, dietary issues were limited to malnutrition. Learn more when Antonio Abundez presents to the Rotary Club of San Miguel de Allende – Midday Tuesday, April 8, at 12:30pm at Hotel Misión el Molino at Salida de Querétaro 1 across from Salon Los Pinos.
“Obesity in Mexico:
The Big Numbers”
Tue, Apr 8, 12:30pm
Hotel Misión el Molino
Salida a Querétaro 1
Abundez has a bachelor of science degree in communication and a master’s degree in human nutrition. He has studied in the US, where he became certified as a lifestyle change and weight management advisor for the California Department of Health. He also is a certified personal trainer. He now practices in San Miguel and Querétaro.
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