Healthy eating habits from around the world

Malaysia -
Turmeric is a spice grown in the Malaysian jungles, and packed with curcumin, a natural chemical with fat-fighting properties. Add it to soups, curries, and roasted vegetables.

Russia -
The Russians usually bake and boil their food instead of frying. And many also grow their own fruits and vegetables in the gardens of their country homes.

Iceland -
Iceland is considered one of the healthiest countries in the world, thanks to a diet high in fresh fish.

Israel -
The Israelis consume a lot of fruit and vegetables every day, favoring citrus fruits in particular. 

Portugal -
A big consumer of olive oil, this is also one of Portugal's national food products. Found in almost all dishes, it's packed with antioxidants and heart-healthy fats.

Indonesia -
Islam is the dominant religion in Indonesia. It encourages periodic fasting during Ramadan, with no food between dawn and dusk. 

South Africa -
South Africans eat a high-fiber and low-fat diet, with small amounts of processed foods.

Brazil -
Brazilian dishes are made with local ingredients like yams, papaya, black beans, nuts, and açaí berries.

Morocco -
Morocco has many dishes that combine a delicious mix of olive oil, lots of veggies, and healthy spices. Stews like tagine served with couscous are a national dish.

China -
Chowing down with chopsticks can help slow eating speed, which may ultimately decrease the amount of food eaten. With slower eating, the caloric intake is also reduced.

Chile -
Chileans, along with many South Americans, typically avoid sugar and processed foods. Corn casserole is a popular dish, as well as ceviche, a seafood dish. 

Thailand -
Thai cuisine uses some super ingredients like coriander, lemongrass, and ginger, which are known to boost the immune system and aid digestion. 

Spain -
Nuts are a popular snack in parts of Spain, which can benefit your heart health and reduce the amount of saturated fat, salt, and added sugar in your diet.

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