Projected rates of obesity represent a decrease in daily energy intake (less food and drink) or an increase in daily energy expenditure (more exercise) of 600kj in those who would have otherwise gained weight. This roughly equates to one less soft drink or glass of wine per day, or the addition of a 30-45 minute moderate-intensity walk. This is a preventive, not a weight loss, initiative.
Based on the AusDiab data model
. Analysis by Kathryn Backholer, Baker IDI, using these methods
The relationship between change in energy intake or expenditure and weight was based on this study