Diet Nutrition and Quality of Life

It is probably safe to conclude that suffering nutritional deficiency and dying a premature death from infectious illness is more likely to occur among the rural agrarian peasantry than among the urban masses. But for rural individuals who survive accidental and infectious deaths, their plant-based diets and rigorous lifelong physical activity patterns makes the goal of 'dying healthy in old age' a stronger possibility. With extended life expectancy among urban populations, ensuring the quality of life in later life is important as both a humanistic and economic consideration. Cardiovascular and malignant diseases produce lingering debility and dependency, robbing individuals of well-being and placing a burden of healthcare on relatives and governmental resources. Global and sustainable interventions to reduce sedentariness and pathogenic dietary practices in the growing segment of the world's population living in cities are an imperative for social and economic stability going forward.

Dieting Dilemma and Skinny Solutions

Dieting Dilemma and Skinny Solutions

The captivating thing about diets is that you don't get what is researched or predicted or calculated but rather, you get precisely what you expect. If the diet resonates with you then it will likely work, if it doesn't resonate, it won't.

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