[New Study] The Risks Associated With Poor Dietary Habits

We know that there are so many health benefits associated with consuming a healthy, nutrient-dense diet. These benefits include weight loss, disease remission, lowered risk for many chronic diseases and more vitality.

While most people are aware that they should consume a healthy diet, the health hazards of not doing so weren’t always clear until now with the release of a new study titled: “The Global Burden of Disease” published in The Lancet medical journal last week on September 12, 2017.

The study is a collective effort of more than 2,500 researchers who analyzed data from more than 100 countries.

The study outlines the serious effects that poor nutrition has on our health and life.

In 2016 about one in five deaths around the world were attributed to poor dietary choices, making dietary habits one of the biggest global killers today.

The report states that: “high blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, high BMI, and high cholesterol were all in the top ten leading risk factors for death for men and women on a global basis.” And all are dietary related.

The researchers state that the poor dietary choices responsible are “In particular, diets low in whole grains, fruit, nuts, seeds, and fish oil.”

Smoking was the only other risk factor to contribute to more deaths than poor dietary habits, reportedly killing about 7.1 million people in 2016.

The research findings also showed that although people are living longer, more years of their lives are spent in sickness.

By following the ideal diet for humans which is based on vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, fruits and very little animal protein we can:

  • Overcome disease
  • Live longer and better lives
  • Secure the health of our future generations
  • And the health of our planet.

Make the change today!

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