How much meat, fat, sugar, vegetables and grain do we eat compared to the rest of the world? You might not want to know.
In Hong Kong, a third of what citizens eat is meat. Across China, half the total intake is fruits and vegetables. In North Korea, almost two-thirds of the diet is grains–and North Koreans eat only 1,318 calories a day, or roughly a meal’s worth of what we eat in the U.S.
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