Julia Child, Louisette Bertholle & Simone Beck, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”, 1961 was a collection of French recipes cookbook, and the topic of an earlier blog post.
Here I present: Michelle McGuire & Kathy A. Beerman”, Diet Analysis Plus“, 10th edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2010 is a software tool for students to assess their own diets. The map above & the table shows the food calories of 172 nations around the World.
The 172 nations center point of #86 “Georgia” yields the 2730 calories per day Global average. The caloric range was from 3800 calories (United States) high, down to 1590 calories (Eritrea) as shown in table above. The #1 ranking of 3800 calories (United States) is broken down in the table below.
The annual 793 pounds of American are shown Americans eat 183 lbs. of wheat, 90 lbs. of chicken, 86 lbs. of sugar-beet, 65 lbs. of sugar-cane, 54 lbs. of beef, 50 lbs. of pork, 45 lbs. of potatoes & 38 lbs. of high-fructose-corn-syrup (Sugar). Three sugar sources add up to 189 pounds of sugar annually. This 189 lbs. of sugar is greater than the 183 lbs. of wheat-flour. The American diet is very high in carbohydrate (189+183)=372 lbs.
Here I presented: Michelle McGuire & Kathy A. Beerman”, Diet Analysis Plus“, 10th edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2010 is a software tool for students to assess their own diets. I discussed the typical American 3800 calories per day. If a student wants to assess an individual person diet the CD-ROM of “Diet Analysis Plus” allows you discern problem nutrition. I have over a decade experience with “Diet Analysis Plus”, and recommend it now to others.