Discover The Top 10 Healthiest Countries To Live In
THE LEGATOS PROSPERITY INDEX, conducted in 2019, RATES THE HEALTHIEST COUNTRIES in the world.
it's BASED ON ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE, MORTALITY RATES, SOCIAL PROSPERITY CONDITIONS, ILLNESSES, AND RISK FACTORS.
These are the 10 healthiest countries in the world:
With one of the highest life expectancy rates in the world, Singaporeans have diets rich in vegetables and fish.
The healthcare systems are extremely efficient and residents put a lot of emphasis on managing their health.
Although there hasn’t been a lockdown, Japan has been testing for covid-19 and diagnosing its citizens in a speedy manner.
Japan has also been handling the pandemic well because its society was already very health conscious.
There isn’t universal health coverage in Switzerland but the healthcare standards are extremely high.
There are usually no waiting lists and most doctors speak English, so there is seldom any language barrier.
South Korea battled Mers (Middle-East Respiratory Syndrome) in 2015, so they are no strangers to an outbreak.
MANY OF THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS WERE ALREADY TRAINED AND PREPARED AND AS A RESULT, HAVE BEEN EXPERIENCING BETWEEN 47 – 53 INFECTIONS DAILY.
Norway has been a very healthy nation for a while and it’s because residents get plenty of exercise.
they also havea a diet rich in fruits and veggies, drink little to no alcohol, and limit their junk food.
Hong Kong incorporates health education in schools and provides easy access to healthy foods and public amenities.
Denmark, known as the happiest country, puts a lot of emphasis on enjoying life and not getting stressed.
residents stay active by riding their bikes or walking around the city. They also maintain a healthy diet and eat in moderation.
The Netherlands puts a huge emphasis on eating vegetables and eating high-quality foods.
There are also lower food prices and diabetes levels compared to other countries.
Austria ensures that all of its citizens receive publicly funded health care and life expectancy continues to rise.
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