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English Diet Is Better for Scots, says Study


English Diet Is Better for Scots, says Study


In a recent research, it has been claimed that English diet is a lot better for Scots as compared to what's being consumed by those living in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.It has been found by a research team from the Oxford University that English diet being rich in high proportion of fruits and vegetables and limited amount of saturated fats could prove out to be lot healthier, and the significant impact could significantly reduce the mortality rate.It has been known that life expectancy of Scottish people is nearly four years less than that of Europeans and that's what even Scots take more benefit from English diet.There is a popular perception that those living in Scotland and Northern Ireland have inbuilt inclination towards food rich in fats and other salts which could make them more vulnerable to attached health concerns.

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