The world strives to sustain a healthy life through good eating and nutritional balance.
McGovern’s Report (1977)
Humans need to change their dietary habits
The intake of fruits and vegetables can increase lifespans A study, conducted by 280 researchers from 30 countries
(including US university laboratories and Royal Research of the UK) urges to: eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains / eat less meat, sugar, and salt.
University College London (2014)
The intake of fruits and vegetables can increase lifespans
UCL conducted an 8-year study on 70,000 people who eat fruits and vegetables and those who died from disease. The results showed that the risk of premature death is reduced by 42% for those who ate over 560g of fruits and vegetables a day.
(decreased by 25% for cancer and by 31% for cardiac disease)
World Health Organization (WHO)
The World Health Organization (WHO) strongly recommends to increase the intake of fruits and vegetables to prevent cardiovascular disease, chronic diseases and cancer.