“The ubiquitous presence of fast food is an important factor in the development of rural and metropolitan areas,” he said. For every additional fast food outlet, published in the European Heart Journal, it is estimated that there are four additional heart attacks per 100,000 people each year. These results were consistent across rural and metropolitan areas after adjusting for age, escalation, high blood lipids, high blood pressure, smoking status and diabetes. “The results highlight the importance of the food environment as a potential contributor to health,” said Tarunpreet Saluja, an Indian-origin researcher at Newcastle University in Australia. This retrospective cohort study included 3,070 patients hospitalized with heart attacks between 2011 and 2013
Researchers recorded the total number of outlets in each local government area and compared different areas to analyze the relationship between the density of fast food restaurants and the incidence of heart attacks.
SO, Be careful when you enjoy out on weekends and give more and more corbs and fatty items to your body
*From Various Sources