We are always reminded by the media just how important a balanced diet is for us and it is key to stay on top of it in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. As you can imagine, buying a balanced diet around the world will cost differently depending on where you go.
Data sourced from Numbeo.com, HotelContractBeds created an infographic displayed the facts about a well-balanced diet for different countries around the world. From London, England to Cairo, Egypt, you can see how much a balanced diet would roughly cost you.
This is the initial shopping list:
- Milk (0.25L)
- Bread (130g)
- Rice (0.13kg)
- Eggs (3.6)
- Cheese (0.15kg)
- Chicken Breasts (0.25kg)
- Apples (0.34kg)
- Oranges (0.34kg)
- Tomatoes (0.21kg)
- Potatoes (0.25kg)
- Lettuce (0.15 head)
Not only will you find out how much a balanced diet costs, you can also find out roughly the number of days £1000 would allow you to eat a balanced diet in different countries.
Where in the world do you think is the cheapest or the most expensive?
About Matt: Matt Pierce is a content creator for HotelContractBeds.co.uk, where he likes to write about all things travel and hospitality.