Almost 11 million people died in 2017 because of poor diets.
In 2017, around 1 in 4 people (27 %) ate fruit at least twice a day, according to a survey of the European Union (EU) population. A further 37 % of the EU population ate fruit once a day and the remaining 36 % ate fruit either less frequently or not at all during a typical week.
Debunking the notorious ‘vegan versus protein’ myth.
The Spanish town of Narón last year launched a pioneering healthy lifestyle initiative to help its residents shed a collective 100,000 kilos over a two-year period. So far, it seems to be working.
Half as much meat and sugar, twice as much fruit, nuts and vegetables: the planetary diet to help feed the world's population and stave off disease.
I cleansed for 3 days in the woods and this is what happened