Hotdog Reduces the Lifespan of a Person by 36 Minutes, Know the Food that Affects the Age…

Researchers researched 5,800 foods such as hotdogs, pizza, yogurt, and cheese and see the impact of these foods on health and the environment
Hotdog Reduces the Lifespan of a Person by 36 Minutes, Know the Food that Affects the Age…
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American scientists have done research on whether our daily diet is increasing or decreasing our age. Scientists say that there are many commonly eaten foods that are reducing age. For example, eating hotdogs reduces the lifespan of a person by 36 minutes, while eating salted peanuts increases the lifespan by 26 minutes.

Scientists from the University of Michigan, who researched food, studied more than 5 thousand food items that affect human health. Not only this, but scientists also studied the effect on the environment from the preparation of everyday food items to its disposal.

Health Nutrition Index

Researchers researched 5,800 foods such as hotdogs, pizza, yogurt, and cheese and see the impact of these foods on health and the environment. We made a table to explain that our age increases or decreases with these. Its name is Health Nutrition Index. This index has been prepared on the basis of the Global Burden of Disease.

The calculation is done like this

Which food reduces life, it can be understood from the calculation done for hotdogs. Scientists say Americans who eat 1 gram of processed meat lose 0.45 minutes from age. In this way, a hotdog containing 61 grams of processed meat is reduced by 27 minutes of life. Apart from this, scientists saw the level of sodium and trans fat present in it.

Change the way you consume calories

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Scientists say that fruits, beans, vegetables, and nuts should make up 10 percent of the calories taken from beef and processed meats. By doing this you can live an extra 48 minutes of your life and be healthy. In addition, it can reduce dietary carbon footprints by about a third.

Oliver Juliet, an environmental health expert at the University of Michigan, says that at this time there is a great need to keep humans healthy by changing the diet and keeping the environment clean as well.

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