Lancet’s latest report suggests that one in five suffers from poor diet and malnutrition globally.
A study conducted in 195 countries from 1990 to 2017 was analysed 15 nutritional elements.
In this, 1 out of 5 is said to die due to malnutrition.
According to the study, more than 1.1 crore people worldwide have died due to malnutrition in 2017 alone.
In 2017 alone, people who consumed less amount of grains, fruits, dry fruits and seeds are are the ones to die due to malnutrition.
Fatty foods, soft drinks, red and processed meat consumption have been reasons to the death.
Deaths from malnutrition are low in Israel, France, Spain, Japan and Andorra.
India ranks 118th in this list.
In India, 310 people out of one lakh die from malnutrition, according to the study.