Kerala is the world’s biggest state and the world capital of the country.
Its capital is the state capital, Malappuram, and it has more than 30 million people.
The state has one of the highest rates of obesity in the country, with nearly 10 percent of adults living in obesity-related poverty.
The main reason for the obesity epidemic is that Kerala has a low-sugar diet and low-fat, high-salt diet.
The diet is low in fat and high in sugar.
Kerala’s population is the fifth largest in India.
The health department estimates that it has around 4,000 people per day with diabetes.
The country’s overall obesity rate is higher than that of many other developed nations.
According to the World Health Organization, India has the fourth highest rate of obesity among developed nations, and the highest rate in the region.
Kerala has been ranked the world health capital of 2014, and this year is set to get a new designation for health.
The new ranking is based on the extent to which the state has reduced obesity rates by reducing sugar intake and reducing obesity-causing foods.
The rankings are based on three key criteria: prevalence of chronic diseases, the extent of health disparities, and quality of life.
India has one the lowest rates of chronic disease in the entire world, and diabetes is a leading cause of death.
The World Health Organisation estimates that 1.1 billion people are suffering from diabetes worldwide.
It also reports that 1 in 10 people will die of diabetes within the next five years.
The government’s effort to lower the state’s obesity rate has been called “the most significant success in the history of the state of Kerala.”
But it has been a long and difficult road.
The Indian government is not only the largest health insurer in the nation but also the largest employer in the state.
In 2017, the Kerala government lost over 10,000 jobs because of the implementation of a policy to cut obesity.
Many of these jobs have gone to the state government employees, or those working in the agriculture, construction, and utilities sectors.
Health experts estimate that the policy has led to more than 3 million deaths.
The biggest problem facing the government is that it cannot get the state to adopt a high-fat diet.
In recent years, the state instituted a policy that restricts the amount of fat in the diet.
This restriction was made permanent by the Supreme Court in a judgment issued in February 2018.
The ban on the consumption of high-fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, is also causing problems.
But the state is not doing enough to lower obesity rates.
In May, the Supreme Board of Medical Research declared the state as a diabetic-free state, which means that all the measures against obesity, including the ban on high-FSCS food, have been lifted.
But there are many problems that have not been resolved.
The problem of diabetes is not under control.
There is a long-term shortage of medicines, such as insulin, and they are not cheap.
The price of drugs in India is currently the highest in the global market.
In addition, the government has been slow to implement new measures to address the diabetes epidemic.
In February 2018, the Government of Kerala made a $6.3 million commitment to address diabetes, but it has yet to provide the funds.
In July, the Department of Health announced that the state will be a diabetes-free State in 2020, but this has not happened yet.
India is a world leader in the use of vaccines.
India now has more vaccines approved than any other country.
The most important vaccines for the prevention and treatment of diabetes are the hepatitis A vaccine, which is approved by the WHO and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and the hepatitis B vaccine, approved by both NIAID and the World Bank.
In December 2018, India announced that it will expand the number of hepatitis B vaccines by three times in 2020.
But this announcement came too late to address a growing number of people with diabetes in the capital, Kollam.
Many people in Kerala live in poverty.
They often have to live with relatives, friends and neighbors who are poor.
Kerala is also a country with the highest poverty rate in India, with an estimated 1.5 million people in poverty, according to the United Nations.
The National Institute for Health and Welfare estimates that about 70 percent of the population in Kerala lives in poverty and this number is expected to increase.
In fact, a recent report by the World Economic Forum found that Kerala’s per capita income is the lowest among the states in India and its per capita consumption of sugar is among the lowest in the states.
A recent report from the World Food Program found that, on average, people in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh consume 1.6 percent of their gross domestic product (GDP) in food.
It found that nearly 70 percent are vulnerable to poverty, including nearly 1 in 3 people living below the poverty line. And