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I’m Candace Sibal, you can say I eat a lot because my food usage is 3800kg compared to your average Washingtonian which is 2704kg. But the difference between me and other people is that I’m not actually hungry, I just eat when I want to cause I’m bored and it tastes good. I feel like if I were president I would make there be an easier way to send my leftovers to Africa and places where people like to eat a lot of junk like I do.
Hello, my name is Kegan S. from the USA. When I took the test, it asked how many calories a day we intake. On average a girl eats 1600, and a boy eats 1800. So boys eat more, leading to a higher carbon footprint. So boys produce more carbon than girls, especially for the food category. Does the calories you intake really affect your carbon footprint. Does it mean girls are less carbon users? What do you think? Is more food lead to a higher carbon footprint?
I support the consumption of meat and fish because it not only provides many essential protein for the body, but the meat is accompanied by essential amino acids needed. The 20% is pure meat protein. These substances are essential for growth, defenses and tissue regeneration.
Fish is one of the healthiest foods and complete, consume twice a week brings huge health benefits thanks to its nutrient composition.
One hundred grams of fish provides on average 18 grams of high biological value protein, ie protein which is easily assimilated by our body as well as being easy to digest