In this regard, it only depend on the individual, whether he/she chooses healthy or less healthy dietary choices, which might be the reason of diseases in the future life.
It has also been observed by the nutritionists that culture and location plays an important role in the development of a dietary habit of a person, as some food preferences and food taboos are hold by each culture in each location. Vitamins, fuel, and minerals are required in a proper nutritional diet, in which proteins, fats, and carbohydrates play their important role in defending disease germs, in order to keep an individual healthy.
Several studies have observed and indicated that various diseases like coronary heart diseases, circulatory diseases, and different cancers are caused by improper dietary patterns of people coming from different parts of the world. In this regard, it has been investigated and experts have seen that intake of excessive fat through diet of less fruits and vegetables and high percentage of fat goods, such as, snacks, chocolates, burgers, etc. has been one of the primary causes of any disease.
Likewise, inadequate intake of fiber also causes and associates higher risk for colon cancer and other coronary heart diseases. ...
In this regard, a study took place, in order to understand and analyze the different reasons and causes that are related to dietary patterns and chances of getting diseases due to it. The purpose of obtaining this information was to gather and review the dietary patterns perception of different professionals, students, housewives, etc., who lives in different parts of the world, having their different location, culture, food, and living, and the chances of confronting any disease due to their habitual dietary patterns in their lives.
A research survey was designed for the abovementioned objective, which was then filled out by different people and students from various locations of the world. The study was related to the different eating patterns and habits of these people, their background, and the frequency of consumption of different food items in a cross-sectional survey, that is, before and after having any disease.
In a study related to British nationals in the United Kingdom, it was observed by the intellectuals that they carried higher percentage of risks of getting breast, rectum, and colon cancer, than their counterparts living in their other countries.
This shows that dietary changes may bring different unfavorable results in people from the different backgrounds. In contrast, these British nationals has less percentage of risks related to liver and stomach cancer, when compared with the people of others backgrounds that are living in other countries of the world.
In light of different studies related to the Western and oriental dietary habits, one of the main differences was the intake of fat and fiber content in the people of these backgrounds. When a typical Asian