"What I eat: Around the World in 80 Diets" - It is a fascinating project of photographer Peter Menzel, who travel around the world from Bangladesh to Brazil, photographed diet of 80 different people from 30 countries. It shows the relationship of man to the global food and problems that are connected with it. His observations are striking. For example, an ordinary family from Australia spends 376, $ 45 a week on food, when the family of the same size from Chad spends on them a little more than one dollar.
38-year-old Masai shepherd. Height - 168 cm, weight - 48 kg. Daily consumption of calories - 800 Products: corn flour and milk.
40-year-old camel trader from Egypt. Height - 177 cm, weight - 75 kg. Daily caloric intake - 3200 Products: eggs, butter, beans, feta cheese, potato chips, black tea, rice and soup.
20-year-old soldier of the US Army. Height - 195 cm, weight - 88 kg. Daily caloric intake - 4000 Products: ready-to-eat foods.
36-year-old singing teacher and composer from Latvia. Height - 183 cm, weight - 83 kg. Daily calorie intake - 3900. Products: egg, rye bread with ham, cheese, butter, chicken, potatoes, mayonnaise and biscuits.
16-year-old Chinese acrobat. Height - 157 cm, weight - 45 kg. Daily caloric intake - 1700 Products: yogurt, pork ribs, noodles, eggs, soup, green tea.
45-year-old Tibetan monk. Height - 165 cm, weight - 72 kg. Daily caloric intake - 4900 Products: oil, tea, cheese, barley flour, noodle soup and potatoes.
These photos show how our diet is dependent on our income, social status and even nationality. Now in the world there is a problem of malnutrition and hunger, and these pictures help us understand it better.
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