The world's fattest country, if measured by Body Mass Index (BMI) is Kuwait, according to the Mail Online. With an average of 29.5 they are well above what's considered healthy. And, shockingly, New Zealand sits at seventh on the 'fattest country list'.
"A healthy BMI for an adult is between 18.5 and 24.9 and it's calculated by dividing your weight by your height squared (BMI = weight / (height) x (height))," says Clinical Dietitian Dr Naras Lapsys of The Body Doctor.
So what lifestyle lessons can we learn from some of our healthier cousin countries? Read more here.