Photographer Peter Menzel and writer Faith D’Aluisio traveled the around the world for three years. Their mission was to visit and document the eating habits of 80 people from incredibly diverse backgrounds. What they discovered delivers a hard hitting dose of perspective. What they did was photograph individuals with the amount and type of food they typically eat in the course of one day.
Below are a few of the images from the book. Let us know in the comments what surprised you the most and show this to a friend to see what they think.
Maasai village near Narok, Kenya – 800 Calories
Sanaa, Yemen – 3,300 Calories
Kabakae Village, Ghanzi, Botswana – 900 Calories
Varanas, India – 2,400 Calories
Outer Space – 2,700 Calories
Bloomington, Minnesota – 1,900 Calories
Student Tiffany Whitehead is an amusement park ride supervisor at the Mall of America…
Dhaka, Bangladesh – 1,800 Calories
Cairo, Egypt – 3,200 Calories
Fort Irwin, California – 4,000 Calories
Effingham, Illinois– 5,400 Calories
New York City – 2,400 Calories
Caracas, Venezuela – 4,000 Calories
High school student Katherine Navas’ family runs an internet and copy shop in the nation’s capital…
Caviana, Amazonas, Brazil – 3,400 Calories
Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada – 4,700 Calories
Tingo Village, Central Andes, Ecuador – 3,800 Calories
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