Assessing the economic costs of unhealthy diets and low physical activity: an evidence review and proposed framework

by Christine Joy Candari, Jonathan Cylus et al.
European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, 2017

114 pp. 1.6 MB

Unhealthy diets and low physical activity contribute to many chronic diseases and disability; they are responsible for some 2 in 5 deaths worldwide and for about 30% of the global disease burden. Yet surprisingly little is known about the economic costs that these risk factors cause, both for health care and society more widely. This study pulls together the evidence about the economic burden that can be linked to unhealthy diets and low physical activity.

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