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Nutrition education in other countries Anonymous 01/05/2021 (Tue) 20:12:39 ID:95a1ee No. 1128
Have to retake freshman health this year in order to graduate from high school in may. I live in America. They hand us a sheet that says "Appropriate portion sizes: In a country where 'supersize it ' has become a cultural motto, how do we know what appropriate portions are?" Then it has a big list of appropriate portion sizes for different foods. Anyway, how were you educated in school about nutrition and portion sizes? Asking for people from other countries without severe obesity,diabetes,and heart disease issues.
Australia despite it's wealth is one of if not the most obese country in the world. We also have chronic bowel issues due to lack of fiber. Fad diets are widespread, and poor nutrition is reasonably common. In rural and remote areas, nutrition issues are far more pronounced. I have actually traveled over about a third of the world, and have taken fairly close noted of what I saw in the way of diet if this would assist you.

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