Shocking data reveal that bad diets are responsible for 45% of heart disease, diabetes related deaths

There is new data that is pretty shocking as it reveals that bad diets are responsible for 45 percent of heart disease and diabetes related deaths. Most people know that eating is an important part of their life. The things you eat have an effect on your body. If you est things that are high in fat, or other bad things, then you will probably have a problem.

Key Takeaways:

  • A recent analysis of USDA data revealed that our consumption of fat and sugar has skyrocketed and the number of calories the average American consumes has increased by 23%.
  • New research indicates that a staggering 45 percent of deaths caused by cardiometabolic diseases are related to poor dietary choices
  • Eating right, exercising more and quitting smoking were among the top changes to be made to decrease the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

“The National Institute of Health’s National Heart, Blood and Lung Institute(NHBLI) has recently published data revealing that nearly half of all deaths from heart and metabolic diseases — including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke — were linked to substandard eating habits.”