When it comes to living a long life, Italy is the most suitable place for this life. The country, surrounded by five seafarers, has taken the lead in the world’s healthiest countries, according to the Bloomberg Index of World Health in 163 countries.
According to the Independent, an Italian-born child may live longer than 80 years, but 2,800 miles south of Sierra Leone, the average age of the population is 52.
While Italy is one of the most developed countries, this growth remains stagnant for decades, with nearly 40% of its youth unemployed and suffering from the largest debt burden in the world compared to the size of its economy. However, Italians are healthier than Americans Canadians and Britons suffering from high blood pressure, cholesterol and mental health problems.
Tom Kenyon, the doctor and executive director of the Hope project of the World Relief Organization, said Italy also had “surplus doctors.” Adam Dronowski, director of the Center for Public Health Nutrition at the University of Washington, said the importance of consumer access to fresh produce, fruit and meat Fat and fish, as there is a diet rich in vegetables and extra virgin olive oil.
Each country has been classified according to several indicators such as life expectancy, causes of death and health risks ranging from high blood pressure and smoking to malnutrition, clean water availability and more.
Iceland, Switzerland, Singapore and Australia were among the top five in the Bloomberg World Health Index.