Disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) FACTORS

1. Diet low in whole grains
2. Diet high in sodium
3. Diet low in fruits
4. Diet low in nuts and seeds
5. Diet low in vegetables
6. Diet low in seafood omega-3 fatty acids
7. Diet low in fibre
8. Diet low in polyunsaturated fatty acids
9. Diet low in legumes
10. Diet high in trans fats
11. Diet high in sugar-sweetened beverages
12. Diet low in calcium
13. Diet high in processed meat
14. Diet low in milk
15. Diet high in red meat
Rather than browbeating people to reduce their consumption of the fats and sugars that are correlated with illness and premature death, the authors determined that adding healthier foods to global diets was a more effective way to reduce mortality.