Most Australians have at least three disease risk factors
About two-thirds of Australians have diseases caused by risk factors that are "modifiable" with exercise, diet and or smoking cessation, according to the latest statistics.
A new Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report shows 95% of adults do not consume the recommended two serves of fruit and five serves of vegetables a day.
Almost two-in-three are overweight or obese and over half are inactive or insufficiently active.
About a third have high blood pressure or high blood cholesterol and 16% smoke daily.