Some countries, like the United States, are notorious for being unhealthy. Obesity rates, as well as figures that reflect illnesses such as heart disease, suggest that some countries are much less fit than others. One of the most accurate gauges of country-wide fitness is life expectancy. If your country is healthier, then it’s only natural that the people who live there will live longer. So, that naturally begs the question of which countries are the most fit in the world. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 11 thinnest skinniest fittest countries in the world.
World Health Day is April 7, and people around the globe are turning their attention to health issues. The global infant mortality rate of 33.6 deaths per 1,000 live births in 2013 has followed a long-term downward trend. Similarly, life expectancy has improved dramatically in recent decades. The improvements were uneven, however, and health conditions continue to vary widely between nations. You can also check our list of 12 Unhealthiest Countries in The World.