After a global study, life expectancy rises worldwide, but the gap between countries can be more than 30 years
After the bill melinda gates foundation financed study global burden of disease (GBD) of the institute of health metrics and evaluation at the university of washington appeared in the magazine the lancet and evaluates data globally from any country is the death of 18.8 percent of worldwide death enclosure associated with false diet. People die for early because they take too little whole grain, fruity, nausse, seeds and fisholes and too much salt. As always, the study can only determine correlations, but do not capture causality.
After smoking, false or unilateral diet is the second highest cause of death when it comes to risks through behavior or environmental conditions. Other risk factors such as high blood sugar, high blood prere, too much cholesterol or overweight can be associated with diet. According to the study, the problem is by no means only associated with the epidemic of obesity, but already with the type of food, so also with what is being invested by the food industry. To eat too few fruits, so the study authors opposite the guardian. The problem is not to eat too much red meat, but rather to take too little whole grain to. Heart diseases are still cause of death number 1.