10 Food Pyramids From Around The World

June 14, 2011

Food Pyramid
The US Food Pyramid may be out, having just been replaced by "My Plate", but many countries still use a pyramid as their model for healthful eating. The Huffington Post has checked out 10 of them, and presents them with quite a bit of humor, in the following article:

10 Food Pyramids From Around The World


Cinzia Cuneo
Cinzia Cuneo, founder of SOSCuisine.com, never wanted to neglect the quality of her food. She shares her special expertise to make good food quickly and without complications!

2 comments to “10 Food Pyramids From Around The World”

June 16, 2011 Michael Muryn said:

Thumbs up for Hungarian’s food house! LOL.

Japanese are one of the few that separate Fruits and Vegetable. I am not sure what to advocate here myself (there is pro and con to both, different philosophy among raw eaters, there is the nutritive and digestive aspect, etc.), but I feel that there will be a tendancy to separate both more and more.

When will we get SOS Cuisine’s “food pyramid”? 😉

Cinzia Cuneo
June 16, 2011 Cinzia said:

Hi Michael, we will leave it to the official bodies to provide their models. Our mission is to translate those models into delicious, easy-to-make, healthy and inexpensive meals ;=)

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