Exploring the sense and nonsense of food and health

Food and Culture: A Global Perspective

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Flanders, Netherlands

Flanders, Netherlands (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Traditional diets of many cultures have in the past have been associated with positive health statistics, e.g. lower heart disease and cancer rates.  But this is changing as more countries increase their consumption of processed foods loaded with salt, fat, sugar and refined carbohydrates.  Check out a previous post HERE for more on this topic.



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