A digest on healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle
During the year 2021, many of us have continued to adjust to a “new normal” characterized by a return to certain pre-pandemic activities mixed with hobbies or habits that have emerged since the past. blockages of 2020. On the subject of food and eating, according to a survey of American consumers, the year marked a decrease in certain behaviors that had changed abruptly in 2020. For example, fewer Americans have declared that they were “snacking more” (18% in 2021 versus 32% in 2020) or “eating more in general” (11% in 2021 versus 20% in 2020). However, consumers also reported a decrease in home cooking (47% in 2021 versus 60% in 2020); while other survey results have highlighted significant disparities in food security. Beyond food, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to generate a wide range of unique and individual impacts, and the emergence of new variants of the disease is a sobering reminder of the urgency of an increased immunization globally, especially in low and lower middle income countries. .
As we all continue to navigate the twists and turns of this pandemic, we once again invite you to do what you can to incorporate healthy behaviors into your daily life. This year’s edition revisits the core themes of eating well, being active, and getting enough sleep with selected research highlights, as well as a closer look at some popular nutrition and lifestyle topics. . We hope you find it useful and we wish you a very healthy and fulfilling year 2022.
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