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  • Steve Caunce

    Italian families enjoy their bread, pasta, and assorted fruit. With grains a major part of the diet, along with other carbohydrate-rich foods, Italian families tend to forfeit some meal options high in protein for ‘traditional’ Italian dishes like pasta with ragu. While many of these items are fresh or even baked at home, Italian families still consume large amounts of sodas like Pepsi.

  • Lindsey

    TIME photo essay "What The World Eats" showing what families eat around the world and their weekly food budget.

  • Laura H

    Hungry Planet: What the World Eats, by Peter Menzel and Faith D'Aluisio. Italy: The Manzo family of Sicily. Food expenditure for one week: 214.36 Euros or $260.11. Favorite foods: fish, pasta with ragu, hot dogs, ...

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What the world eats... a slideshow of different families around the world with a look at their weekly food habits

What_The_World_Eats_BhutanEven without the text, the family portraits are eye opening. It seems the people living in poverty eat more nutrient dense whole foods than the people who could easily afford fresh produce. The first world families have more processed foods and soda and less fruits and vegetables than all of the others. It’s an interesting correlation that people in more developed countries also have more diseases of affluence, such as cancer, diabetes, depression, and heart disease.

Add more yellow foods into your diet, including citrus, pineapple, and corn.

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Most people will lose weight on a daily diet of 1,500 calories, which is the total calorie count for all the food pictured here.

Hungry planet: What The World Eats. Family #food portraits. ex. Guatemala: The Mendozas of Todos Santos - Food expenditure for one week: 573 Quetzales or $75.70. #Familyrecipe: Turkey Stew and Susana Perez Matias's Sheep Soup. more:

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France: The Le Moines of Montreuil Food expenditure for one week: 315.17 euros or $419.95 Favorite Foods: Delphine Le Moine's Apricot Tarts, pasta carbonara, Thai food