Food high in trans fat, oil and calories. A study last week by The Lancet found that poor diets - both by the overindulged and the malnourished - cause one in five deaths worldwide every year, more than smoking. Photo: Shutterstock
David Dodwell
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Inside Out by David Dodwell

Poor diets, both among the overindulged and malnourished, kill more people every year than smoking, Lancet study finds

  • A study last week by The Lancet found that poor diets - both by the overindulged and the malnourished - cause one in five deaths worldwide every year, more than smoking

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Food high in trans fat, oil and calories. A study last week by The Lancet found that poor diets - both by the overindulged and the malnourished - cause one in five deaths worldwide every year, more than smoking. Photo: Shutterstock
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