Well, If I had to guess which nation boasts the healthiest people, i might pick one of the standby Scandinavian countries like Denmark, Finland, Norway, or Sweden, which are known for their best healthcare systems and high quality of life.
However, Italy is the healthiest country in the world, according to a ranking of the world’s healthiest nations for 2017. Good news for wine, pasta, and cheese lovers!
Italy has trumped 163 nations to emerge the healthiest and longest living populace on the planet, followed by Iceland, Switzerland, Singapore, and Australia. Surprisingly enough, Italy far outpaces France (#20), Greece (#20), and the UK (#23).
The sixth ranking position was claimed by Spain with a health grade of 89.19, while 7th place went to Japan, which scored a total of 89.19 points. Sweden, Israel, and Luxembourg also made it to the top ten, managing to accumulate 88.92, 88.14, and 87.87 points respectively.
Meanwhile, the United States managed to score a total of 73.05 points out of 100, ranking in at No. 34. The 2017 Bloomberg Global Health Index graded 163 countries based on variables like life expectancy, cause of death, high blood pressure, malnutrition, the availability of clean water, and tobacco use.
Germany, Canada, Cyprus, New Zealand, and Greece round out the top 15 slots, while Slovakia, Barbados, Oman, Panama, and Albania found themselves among the least healthy in the top 50 countries.
This list ranks the healthiest nations in the world — The world’s 25 healthiest countries, 2017
- New Zealand
- South Korea
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