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Table 4 Deaths delayed or averted attributable to different foods, nutrients, and diseases

From: Simulating the impact on health of internalising the cost of carbon in food prices combined with a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages

  Deaths delayed or averted under each scenario
A B C D
Total 302 (−116 to 718) 86 (−412 to 599) 1249 (792 to 1699) 2023 (1169 to 2884)
Total (<75 years) 276 (112 to 439) 169 (−58 to 401) 586 (395 to 775) 811 (493 to 1131)
Diet (excluding obesity) 171 (−156 to 497) 1545 (1367 to 1721) 477 (349 to 598) 1861 (1597 to 2117)
Diet (including obesity) 204 (−174 to 580) 33 (−393 to 473) 1152 (752 to 1545) 1970 (1154 to 2794)
Fruit and vegetables −500 (−692 to −311) 521 (209 to 829) −142 (−149 to −142) 960 (835 to 1077)
Fibre 237 (136 to 339) 459 (345 to 573) 245 (147 to 342) 472 (351 to 592)
Fats 522 (485 to 560) 750 (729 to 771) 461 (442 to 481) 605 (582 to 623)
Salt −90 (−91 to −89) −183 (−184 to −180) −88 (−93 to −84) −171 (−170 to −169)
Alcohol consumption 98 (58 to 138) 53 (−19 to 125) 97 (40 to 154) 52 (14 to 90)
Cardiovascular disease 213 (−121 to 546) 198 (−154 to 559) 925 (584 to 1259) 1638 (975 to 2306)
Diabetes −1 (−2 to 1) −77 (−106 to −48) 31 (19 to 44) 4 (−23 to 32)
Cancer 26 (−27 to 79) 40 (10 to 72) 185 (135 to 234) 340 (239 to 442)
Liver disease 62 (35 to 91) −55 (−136 to 26) 99 (48 to 150) 39 (−17 to 95)
  1. 95 % credible intervals in parentheses