Western food is often portrayed as being healthy, high in protein, and low in calories.
However, there is no science to back up these claims.
This is because the science behind western food is largely based on the theories of western scientists.
The western scientists believed that the human body evolved from a vegetarian, carnivorous ancestor and that meat was the only food that would give humans the right nutritional profile for survival.
However when they looked into the evidence from modern times, it was found that the diets of the western people are much higher in fat and saturated fats than those of the people living in the Americas.
Western food contains more saturated fat than any other diet in the world.
For example, the American diet contains over 30 grams of saturated fat per day, while the average westerner has 4 grams of fat per kilogram of bodyweight.
According to research by researchers at the University of California, Davis, the diet of the Westerner is also significantly higher in cholesterol and sodium than the diet in Asia.
Western foods have also been linked to diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and obesity.
Western diets are also high in sodium, which is a precursor to kidney stones and can lead to kidney failure.
There are also several scientific studies that show that the western diet is associated with a higher risk of certain cancers and heart diseases.
Westerners are also much more likely to get sick than people living on the other side of the world, according to a report published in the journal Nutrition Research.
A new study published in American Journal of Public Health found that Westerners eat more processed, sugar-rich foods like soda, chips, cookies, candy, cakes, and pizza than people in the developing world.
Westerner women were also found to have higher levels of cholesterol and higher triglycerides than their counterparts in Asia and Africa.
The study also found that people in developed countries are more likely than their Western counterparts to have diabetes, high blood pressure, and certain types of cancer.
A report published by the University in London in 2016, found that westerners have a higher than average risk of obesity, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes, which all increase with age.
According of the study, people in Europe and the US are at the highest risk for obesity.
According a report in the American Journal.
of Medicine, Westerners also eat more sugar-sweetened beverages than their non-Western counterparts, and the number of sugary beverages consumed in the US per capita is more than seven times higher than the average Briton.
According the study by the Harvard School of Public Service, there are more than 500 million Westerners in the United States, which are consuming more than twice as much sugar as Americans in other developed countries.
A study published by a French medical journal found that a third of people in western countries are obese, compared to just 13% in the developed world.
A review article published by Health Impact News in 2018, found Westerners have higher rates of obesity and diabetes and suffer more from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and hypertension.
According this report, Western people are also more likely in general to have high blood cholesterol levels than their Asian counterparts.
This has led some researchers to suggest that a Western diet could be associated with an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Western people consume a diet of processed foods and fast food that is often high in salt and sugar.
A recent study published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that Americans who were exposed to a high level of processed food were more likely not to get the heart disease or cancer that they were supposed to have.
According Health Impact Research, the Western diet also has the highest consumption of sodium and high levels of sugar compared to most other Western countries.
According Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, processed foods like bread, cookies and soda are also rich in saturated fats, which can contribute to heart disease and cancer.
According Nutrition Facts, processed food is a major contributor to the obesity epidemic in the Western world.
In 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that the global population was expected to increase by over 200 million by 2050.
This will mean more than a billion people, or half the population, will be obese.
According American Public Health Association, one in four American adults are obese and more than one in five Americans have a chronic condition such as diabetes.
The US is the only country in the World that has a higher obesity rate than the developed nations.
This fact alone has led to a lot of controversy among Americans over what should be the dietary guidelines for the American people.
According The Washington Post, in 2018 the American Heart Association published a report that suggested a diet high in meat and processed foods should be mandatory for everyone.
According To the Washington Post: “Americans are increasingly turning to a diet that emphasizes fast food, packaged foods, high-fat and salt-heavy foods and little in the way of whole-grain foods.”
According to a 2015 study