According to the British medical journal, The Lancet, obesity has become a bigger public-health problem than hunger (Swinburn 2015). Approximately, 30% of the world population is obese or overweight which is two and a half times the number of people who are undernourished. While many methods have been implemented in order to counter the growing problem, this problem is becoming an epidemic and the attempts to curtail the growth of obesity are not succeeding. . It is a health and economic issue, which crates a burden on public spending. .