Obesity and malnutrition
Τhe unequal distribution of food between different parts of the world has led to two very serious, and paradoxical, problems. While a large part of the Earth's population has only limited access to food, which leads to malnutrition, an even larger number consumes food in excess and suffers obesity as a result.
Learning to eat healthy
Α good meal requires the presence of a food variety in our diet. It seems right to choose a protein-rich food (eg meat, fish, egg, cheese, pulses etc.) in combination with carbohydrate-rich foods (eg bread, rice, whole grain pasta, potatoes etc.) and a big salad featuring a variety of vegetables. Μain source of fat should be olive oil and the meal should be followed by some fruit.