Want to Live Longer? Try THIS
Everyone wants to live longer… but not everyone is willing to do what it takes to add extra years to their life.
Most of the time that’s because people think you need to run marathons or eat like a rabbit to make a real difference.
But you don’t.
A recent study that evaluated data from nearly 200 countries identified the number one cause of death worldwide.
And avoiding this one thing could go a long way toward helping you live long and healthy.
New research published in the journal Lancethas revealed the best way to prevent 1 in 5 deaths around the world.
It all comes down to two words: eat better.
That’s right, this study, which analyzed 20 years of dietary data from almost 200 countries, found that poor diets were responsible for killing about 11 million people a year.
That makes bad diets more deadly than smoking!
These deaths were mostly due to the two biggest consequences of poor diet… heart disease and cancer.
Heart disease is an obvious consequence of bad dietary habits and overindulging, but cancer isn’t so obvious.
In reality, 40% of all cancers are actually caused by obesity.
And as the rate of obesity goes up, those types of cancer increase right along with them.
But here’s the thing.
The study found that the problem wasn’t as much about eating too much bad food as it was about not eating enough good food.
That’s because eating habits are psychological. Tell someone they CAN’T eat something, and I can guarantee you they’re going to keep doing it.
We’re all rebellious kids in that way.
But if you focus instead on eating the GOOD stuff, you’ll automatically eat less of the bad.
It’s not a perfect system, but it sure is a good place to start.
And with poor diet being labeled as the number one killer in the world, I can’t think of a better reason to make that mental shift… starting today.
P.S In case you were wondering, the U.S. had the 43rd highest proportion of diet-related deaths out of 195 countries.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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