Federal Statistical Office

By | March 23, 2016

The consumption of fruit and vegetables has more than doubled. Meat consumption per person has fallen but still getting too much the experts. The German is still too much meat on the table. According to the Federal Statistical Office of consumption over the years is decreased, but too high with an annual average consumption of 60 kilograms per person. Experts advise to half a year, which means a maximum of 600 grams meat (and sausage) per week. However, a positive trend could be observed in the diet. A the Forsa poll shows that this conscious food in particular on the age group from 66 years holds for (41%).

Only 10% of 18-25-year eats healthy. Here are the three largest barriers to peace (50%) and lack of healthy diet time, lack staying power (43%) and a lack of will (40%). The Forsa survey also showed that too little money for only 22% was a barrier to a healthy diet of respondents. The prerequisites for a healthy diet have in the past years significantly improved. Through the import of fruit and vegetables can freshly eaten year-round and meet our needs for vitamin.

The nutrients reproduce even when immature picked fruits. As the fruits ripen after a warm storage here with a special steam treatment. And it tastes like the consumption of fruit and vegetables has more than doubled in recent years. Who wants to eat consciously and healthily, fruits for the and vegetables are a must! Because scientific studies have shown that phytochemicals in the fruit or vegetable from diseases to prevent. The set one apple a day keeps the doctor away”, is so true. Who not want to eat fruit, always pure can rely on a homemade juice. That are healthier than the purchased, because guarantees and that is, what you want, for example, no preservatives. The preparation is it quick and easy. With a juicer, for example, can the whole family in the Blink of an eye are supplied with essential vitamins. To save costs and to compare, ideal, we provide an overview of the current models, as well as information relating to the purchase and delicious recipes on.


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