What do you think? Oh boy. I suppose the essence was captured. (What is that tan rectangle, lower right?) But I would have filled it differently.
- First off, is this how people eat? I mean, is it realistic to recommend steamed "protein" and boiled vegetables to a construction worker? To a fast food employee? An office worker? That is, to anyone who isn't home or near a kitchen during the day? OK, I guess you could brown-bag it.
- The proportions. I can see right off that their effort to visualize "more of this and less of that" has failed.
- The "protein" people must be very happy that their "protein" is singled out and included in every meal an American is advised to eat. Likewise dairy. Manu said it best: "Dairy sits in a cup? what's the meaning of this you should drink dairy at every meal like it was water?"
looks like i have deficient diet. i only eat/drink 60% of the above.
that plate is definitely biased towards john deere and monsanto.
Tofu! The Gov wants everyone to eat tofu! Just kidding. It could be fish. It looks like the mystery meat from our college cafeteria.
... except it's not swimming in mystery sauce.
That plate would be healthy for me since I couldn't bring myself around to eat any of that crap and I'd lose weight. What is that slab? Soylent green? Looks like hospital food.
Soylent green protein. Ugh.
That "protein" slice gets weirder the more I think about it. We'll be inviting people over for grilled "protein" ... opening a can of "protein" for "protein salad."
It removes us further from the environmental and ethical problems surrounding factory farmed "protein."
i can completely come up with a different description for USDA, that i will not even dare to put it up in public with my name on!! Imagine.
Having said that I eat everything with full fat - butter, yogurt, milk, cheese and I enjoy it. Nature has made it this way.
when vegetables are toyed with and genetically modified, it is becoming poisonous...
when we trample natures object, we get drugged !
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