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The top three reasons people in western countries are getting older are all related to their diet, a new study says.

The study, published in The Lancet medical journal, shows that people in America are eating more sugar, less healthy fats and processed foods, and they’re also losing weight.

That’s despite a new report from the U.K. and the U,S.

showing that people there are losing weight faster than people in the U.,S.

A growing body of research shows that westerners are getting slower, but overall they’re getting healthier.

The U.S. and UK are the only countries that have found a correlation between diet and the number of people getting older, said Dr. Mark R. Rippetoe, chief medical officer at the American College of Nutrition.

But he cautioned that that’s not a perfect measure because people in different parts of the world can have very different diets.

“I think this is going to be a really important study because I think there’s a very good chance that this could be a new benchmark,” Rippetsoe said.

“This is a very, very strong correlation between the type of diet you’re eating and the amount of weight loss you’re having.”

The study showed that the U.-K.

diet, which includes a high-fiber, low-sugar diet, is the best predictor of getting older in the western world.

The U.B.C. study found that the diet was also the best for people with diabetes, heart disease, cancer and hypertension.

“It is an area of particular interest to me because people are looking for answers and I think this study may be a starting point for that,” said Dr, Peter MacGregor, professor of medicine at the University of Cambridge, who was not involved in the research.

“People in the United States are in a really good position in terms of their health, their lifestyle, their energy levels,” said MacGregour.

“They’re eating more fruits and vegetables, and that seems to be good.”

The researchers looked at the diets of 5,300 adults in the West Midlands, the United Kingdom, the U-K.

And while they looked at each person’s diet, they also looked at how they were feeling and how they responded to exercise, vitamins and minerals, and the presence of specific food items.

The study also showed that people with a high intake of fruits and veggies were about 1.5 to 2 pounds (0.8 to 1.9 kilograms) lighter, and those with a low intake of vegetables were about 2 to 3 pounds (1.6 to 3.2 kilograms) heavier than the average Westerner.

People in the UK were also about 2.5 pounds (2.4 kilograms) taller and 6.6 inches (16 centimeters) heavier.

For example, people in London ate a diet high in whole grains, which have been linked to weight loss.

People living in the Netherlands, which has a high fat diet, ate a lower amount of fruits.

People eating a diet low in salt and sugar also had a lower body mass index (BMI).

People in eastern Europe, like Russia and the Ukraine, ate more vegetables.

People who live in China eat less meat, which is thought to have contributed to the obesity epidemic in the region.

People in western Europe are also healthier because of the way they are eating, and their weight loss is due to a combination of healthy foods, good fats and vitamin D, said Rippsoes, a professor of nutrition at the Mayo Clinic.

“Our research suggests that we need to keep eating well, and we need not worry about diet, and it’s not that complicated,” Ripsetoe said of the results.

“We need to do everything we can to maintain a good balance between the different components of the diet.

That is to be able to say, ‘You know what?

I’ve got more of this and I’m not getting that many of those things I need in order to keep my weight down,'” Rippes said.”

What’s really interesting is that the Westerners, with their healthy fats, they’re doing much better than the Russians, who have less vitamin D. It’s very interesting that we can have a lot of different components in our diet and that can have an impact on weight loss,” Riptsoes added.

While the U and the UK are finding a way to get the weight off, other countries are not so lucky.

In South Africa, people with more than 100 pounds (38 kilograms) of body mass gained on average in the past year have lost more than half their body weight.

In Brazil, where the average person is 5 feet, 10 inches (1,8 centimeters) taller than the U States, people are losing almost 2.4 pounds (900 grams) per month and more than one in three is obese.In Turkey,