Exercise and nutrition seem to be at the forefront of many Americans’ minds. With Instagram accounts dedicated solely to healthy eating and individuals’ fitness journeys and healthy meal prep practices increasing in popularity, it’s becoming cool to be fit and to eat healthily. On the whole, however, the United States is still in pretty bad collective shape. The American “weigh” is failing, with more than one-third of American adults are categorized as obese. Despite fitness trends and more mindful eating, obesity remains a major issue here at home. We’re not alone, however. While the U.S. does indeed rank poorly in terms of its percentage of overweight citizens, it’s not the only country dealing with weight issues.
We may all benefit from seeing how other countries stay happy and healthy through their diets. Being a dietary expat may prove to be a wise move. By incorporating some of the following tips into your nutritional regimen you may find yourself feeling not only cool and worldly but, most importantly, healthy as well.