Health Risks in CookingNov 15 2022 Business Strategy cooking health risks
Jamies Ministry of Food
If you live alone, invite a friend, coworker, or neighbor over. We all love convenience food, but one of the simplest ways to improve your health is by preparing more home-cooked meals. As of 2021, over 2.6 billion people cook using open fires or inefficient stoves using kerosene, biomass, and coal as fuel. These cooking practices use fuels and technologies that produce high levels of household air pollution, causing 3.8 million premature deaths annually. Of these deaths, 27% are from pneumonia, 27% from ischaemic heart disease, 20% from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, 18% from stroke, and 8% from lung cancer. Women and young children are disproportionately affected, since they spend the most time near the hearth.
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