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Read more about Poor diet causes more deaths than tobacco consumption: Study on Business Standard. A new study has revealed that poor diet is responsible for more number of deaths globally than tobacco consumption, high blood pressure or other health issues.Diet that includes less whole grains, while too many unhealthy elements, accounted forA new study has revealed that poor diet is responsible for more number of deaths globally than tobacco consumption, high blood pressure or other health issues.Diet that includes less whole grains, while too many unhealthy elements, accounted for

Poor diet causes more deaths than tobacco consumption: Study | Business Standard News

A news study recently found that millions of people have been dying around the world as a result of poor diets.A news study recently found that millions of people have been dying around the world as a result of poor diets.

One in Five Deaths Linked to Poor Diet, New Study Reveals - Sputnik International

A news study recently found that millions of people have been dying around the world as a result of poor diets.A news study recently found that millions of people have been dying around the world as a result of poor diets.

One in Five Deaths Linked to Poor Diet, New Study Reveals - Sputnik International

One in five deaths globally are linked to poor diet, experts said Thursday, warning that overconsumption of sugar, salt and meat was killing millions of people every year.One in five deaths globally are linked to poor diet, experts said Thursday, warning that overconsumption of sugar, salt and meat was killing millions of people every year.

Poor diet linked to 1 in 5 deaths globally: Study - Health - The Jakarta Post

The study analysed data from 195 countries and found that one in five deaths globally -- equivalent to 11 million deaths -- are associated with lack of optimal amount of food and nutrients.The study analysed data from 195 countries and found that one in five deaths globally -- equivalent to 11 million deaths -- are associated with lack of optimal amount of food and nutrients.

“Study: “Rather than browbeating people to reduce their consumption of the fats & sugars that are correlated with illness and premature death, the authors determined that adding healthier foods to global #diets was a more effective way to reduce mortality.” https://t.co/EfYByH21Fy”

Sheryl Huggins on Twitter: "Study: “Rather than browbeating people to reduce their consumption of the fats & sugars that are correlated with illness and premature death, the authors determined that adding healthier foods to global #diets was a more effective way to reduce mortality.” https://t.co/EfYByH21Fy"

The report, which tracked trends in consumption of 15 dietary factors from 1990 to 2017 in 195 countries, showed that almost every region of the world could benefit from rebalancing their diets. The report, which tracked trends in consumption of 15 dietary factors from 1990 to 2017 in 195 countries, showed that almost every region of the world could benefit from rebalancing their diets.

Low Intake of Grains, Lack of Nutrients Causes Hundreds of Deaths in India: Lancet Report - News18

Nigeria ranks 42nd out of 195 countries with the highest rate of diet-related deaths, with low intake of whole grains being the leading dietary risk factor for mortality and disease in Nigeria, United States (US), India, Brazil, Pakistan, Russia, Egypt, Germany, Iran, and Turkey. Nigeria ranks 42nd out of 195 countries with the highest rate of diet-related deaths, with low intake of whole grains being the leading dietary risk factor for mortality and disease in Nigeria, United States (US), India, Brazil, Pakistan, Russia, Egypt, Germany, Iran, and Turkey.

‘Why more Nigerians may die of diet-related diseases’ | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsFeatures — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Nigeria ranks 42nd out of 195 countries with the highest rate of diet-related deaths, with low intake of whole grains being the leading dietary risk factor for mortality and disease in Nigeria, United States (US), India, Brazil, Pakistan, Russia, Egypt, Germany, Iran, and Turkey. Nigeria ranks 42nd out of 195 countries with the highest rate of diet-related deaths, with low intake of whole grains being the leading dietary risk factor for mortality and disease in Nigeria, United States (US), India, Brazil, Pakistan, Russia, Egypt, Germany, Iran, and Turkey.

‘Why more Nigerians may die of diet-related diseases’ | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsFeatures — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News