4 Diet Mistakes Trigger the Death of Many People in the World

Choosing the wrong diet can be fatal to death. Therefore it is necessary to carefully choose a diet that is good for the body.

Healthy food is the main key to starting a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, many people exclude the consumption of certain food groups on a diet. A nutritional dose is also not right so that it hurts the body. Recently, the journal Lancet reported that one in five cases of death worldwide is caused by unbalanced food intake.

The study revealed that of the 11 million deaths worldwide in 2017 caused by incorrect dietary patterns, blood vessel disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes.

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During the 21st century, the most common cause of death is cancer has decreased. While deaths due to the wrong diet actually increased by 3 million. This happens because most diets don't pay attention to nutrients that are important for the body. Quoted from Health (4/4), the following four diet errors cause death that often occurs throughout the world.

1. Do not consume nuts 

According to the relevant journal, the average person only meets 12 percent of the needs of nuts or about 3 grams of a total of 21 grams. Why are nuts so important? Nuts contain protein, fiber, good fats, and vitamins. The Mayo Clinic recommends replacing fat in a food dish with one handful of nuts or two tablespoons of peanut butter.

2. Reducing milk intake


The dose of milk needs per adult human day is 435 grams. But the average person in the whole world consumes only 16 percent of the provision. Beyond the debate about whether or not healthy milk is for the body, consuming pure milk is still recommended. Pure milk can reduce the risk of obesity compared to other dairy products. Also, pure milk will help absorb vitamin D in children and strengthen bones.

3. Too little whole wheat intake The 


recommended daily dose for the consumption of whole wheat is 125 grams. Consumption of whole wheat will reduce the risk of heart disease, digestion, and normalize weight. You can fulfill this need by eating whole wheat bread, oatmeal, brown rice, and popcorn.


4. Eat salty foods, sweet drinks, and excess processed meat 


Maybe you have heard the bad effects of carbonated drinks on the body. Soda can increase the risk of obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay. While excess salt can increase the risk of stroke, heart attack, dementia, and obesity. The meat itself is not dangerous if processed and consumed properly. However, processed meat on the market contains a lot of preservatives and excess salt.
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