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What the World Eats - A photo essay showing what different families around the world would eat in a typical week. This is the Melander family of Bargteheide, Germany. Food expenses for one week: $501. Favorite foods: Fried potatoes with onions, bacon and herring, fried noodles with eggs and cheese, pizza, vanilla pudding.
"Hungry Planet", by Peter Menzel & Faith D'Alusio: How The World Eats, or Doesn’t | Brain Pickings
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.
Elaine Hwa Hwa Hwa Hwa McFadden Tip: Food you eat can save your life or contribute to your death. Learn more about foods & healing properties they possess. Understand how organic foods can prevent disease or help w/health area where your body has predisposition to weakness. Genetics deals us all different cards. Some bodies better at processing nutrients than others. Why eating variety important, but also knowing what works/doesn't work for you. Stop & listen to body that determines every second of our life.
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: menzelphoto.photo...