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  1. 1. America is the best fed nation in the world, but NOT the most nutritiously sound!<br />"One Week's Food...<br />Around The World"<br />
  2. 2. “Eating is not Just a biological process”<br />PhysicalProcess—Food intake must be balanced to<br /> physical activity!---WHY?<br />Social Process---How does eating around others influence what you eat?<br />Emotional---How does stress affect what and how<br />how much a person eats?<br />Intellectual-What are my body’s needs? My Pyramid<br />
  3. 3. Country: Chad685 CFA Francs-----$1.23Favorite Foods: soup with fresh sheep meat<br />
  4. 4. Country: Mexico1,862.78 Mexican Pesos-----$189.09pizza, crab, pasta, chicken<br />
  5. 5. Country: Egypt387.85 Egyptian pounds-----$68.53Family Recipe: Okra and mutton<br />
  6. 6. Country: United States$341.98Favorite Foods: spaghetti, potatoes, sesame chicken<br />
  7. 7. what families around the world eat…<br />The more developed and wealthy a country is……the more they rely on processed and convenience foods!<br />Look at the balance between real foods<br /> and convenience foods eaten?<br />In many countries families are just happy to have something to eat… In America. . . . Are we trying to please children too much? DO we let them eat what they want with little regard for nutritional value or needs?<br />
  8. 8. What has happened to FAMILY MEALS in America---<br />Obstacles to improving eats habits are:<br />TIME---time to prepare food, regular eating <br /> times<br />Structured Meal Times with no interruptions<br /> Runaway SNACKING…no limits!<br />Portion Sizes—What are they really?<br /> Impulse Eating whenever<br />Food Costs<br /> Consumer Lifestyle Shifts<br />Not enough fresh Fruits and Vegetables<br /> Not enough physical exercise everyday<br />
  9. 9. References<br />www.mypyramid.gov<br />Book:<br />Menzel, Peter, D’Aluisio, Hungry Planet: What<br /> the world eats, c. 2007<br />

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