A report released by the government’s Australian Institute of Health and Welfare today (10 May 2016) has found that not eating enough fruit is the worst dietary risk factor for disease in Australia. A diet low in vegetables was the second highest dietary risk factor, according to the report, followed by consuming high levels of processed meat, and then low levels of nuts and seeds.
High levels of sodium and sweetened beverages were both in the bottom five of the 13 dietary risks assessed by the Australian Burden of Disease Study: Impact and causes of illness and death in Australia 2011.


Unsurprisingly, tobacco use was the highest risk factor of the whole study (classed as behavioural), followed by alcohol use, a high body mass and physical inactivity.
Katie Clift, spokesperson for the Queensland Cancer Council, said the information is not a hall pass to load up on soda.
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The five major disease groups assessed by the study included cancer, cardiovascular disease, mental and substance abuse disorders, muscular skeletal conditions and injuries.



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    02.02.2016

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    02.02.2016