medRxiv. The findings, based on data from 592,571 individuals in the US and UK, also reveal that those with low levels of physical activity and "high socioeconomic deprivation" tend to have a low-quality diet and higher COVID-19 risk."/> medRxiv. The findings, based on data from 592,571 individuals in the US and UK, also reveal that those with low levels of physical activity and "high socioeconomic deprivation" tend to have a low-quality diet and higher COVID-19 risk."/> Diet quality linked with COVID-19 risk, severity

Diet quality linked with COVID-19 risk, severity

2021-07-28

A high-quality diet is tied to a lower risk of COVID-19 and a lower risk of severe COVID-19, compared with a low-quality diet, according to a study published online in medRxiv. The findings, based on data from 592,571 individuals in the US and UK, also reveal that those with low levels of physical activity and "high socioeconomic deprivation" tend to have a low-quality diet and higher COVID-19 risk.

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