50 Years Of Eating Patterns Around The World

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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