1 in 5 Deaths Worldwide Associated With Poor Diets
According to a recently published study, 11 million deaths in 2017 were attributable to dietary risk factors.That total number translates to one-fifth of the world’s total deaths. The study defines dietary risk factors and poor diets as ones that are heavy in sugar, salt and trans fats.
While this study reveals startling numbers, it’s a well known fact that eating healthy can help reduce your risk of developing chronic conditions like heart disease or Type 2 diabetes. By keeping such conditions at bay,you can maintain your overall health and be well on your way to living a long, healthy life.
Here are some tips to help you start eating healthier:
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