Here, according to The Independent , some of the healthiest diets world to prevent chronic diseases such as diabetes, which the WHO yesterday pulled the alarm.

Quels pays ont les régimes les plus sains ?

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With fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, a glass of red wine, fish, dairy products, and oil olive as the main source of fat, the Mediterranean diet is renowned as one of the healthiest in the world. Many studies have highlighted the benefits of eating this food combination, linking it to better overall health, reduce chronic diseases such as heart disease, Type 2 diabetes or dementia.

Japanese

the Japanese population has one of the highest life expectancies in the world. The reason ? diet rich in carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables as well as fish and meat. In 2005, the Japanese government published a food guide, encouraging people to have a diet low in saturated fats and processed foods and high in carbohydrates, obtained in rice and vegetables. One study showed that people who followed this guide had reduced them to 15% mortality rates and were less likely to have poor blood circulation to the brain.

Nordic

Quels pays ont les régimes les plus sains ?

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Rye bread, oily fish, rose hips, milk and fermented cheeses are commonly consumed in the Nordic countries such as Sweden, Finland Denmark, Norway or Iceland. The benefits are similar to the Mediterranean diet.

In West Africa

The people of Mali, Chad, Senegal and Sierra Leone also have very healthy diets. According to research from the University of Cambridge, it would be simply the best. The food in West Africa varies between 16 countries, but especially the kitchen includes Jollof rice, dried and smoked fish, or yams.

French

Quels pays ont les régimes les plus sains ?

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This is the paradox that divides scientists: how a nation that eats as much food rich in saturated fats can have a low rate of heart disease and obesity? A study has shown that this is the amount of food intake that is the key. The French eat croissants, cheese and meat, but usually in small portions according to the study. For example, a restaurant in Paris will a 277g dish, while in Philadelphia (USA), the dish can climb up 350g.