What is the healthiest diet? Scientists have opened what they say is an ideal diet for the health of the earth and its populations – They are clear their researchers about this types of crops nuts, fruits, vegetables and legumes, and a halving of meat and sugar intake.
If the every person follows the “Planetary Health” diet, the researchers said, More than 11 million early deaths can prevent each years. While greenhouse gas emissions are very harmful for the human life .People would cut and more land, water and biodiversity would preserve.
Tim Lang, a professor at Britain’s University of London who co-led the research said that the food which is we are eating and how to produce this type of foods. It should be determine the health of people and the earth. And we are currently doing this which is seriously wrong.
Eating a growing population of 10 billion people by 2050 with a healthy, sustainable diet will be impossible without changing eating habits, improving healthy food production and reducing food waste from food and make health food for the people, he said. "“We need a big overhaul, changing the worldwide food system on a scale not seen before.”"
Many life-threatening incurable diseases are linked to poor diets, including fatness, diabetes, and malnutrition. Which is occurring several types of cancer. The researchers said unhealthy diets currently cause more immature death and disease worldwide than unsafe sex, drinking alcohol, taking drug and tobacco use combine.
The proposed worldly diet is the result of a three-year project commissioned by The Lancet health journal and involving 37 specialists from 16 countries.
It says global average costly of foods such as red meat and sugar should be cut by 50 percent, while nuts, fruits, vegetables and legumes should double. These types of food are very healthy for human body.
For separate regions, this could mean even more dramatic changes: People who are lived in North America they eat almost 605 times the recommended amount red meat, while people in south Asia eat only half the amount red meat suggested by the planetary diet.
Meeting the targets for inflexible vegetables like potatoes and cassava would need big changes in sub-Saharan Africa. Where people are eating average 7.5 times the suggested amount.
More than 800 million people have insufficient food, while more consume poor diet that increase to early death and disease,” said Willett of Harvard University within the us .
“On the off chance that we can’t exactly make it, it’s better to try and get as close as we can,” he said.