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Hi my name is Kelmarys Perez and today Im going to talk about life in the United States This is a broad topic because so many things are going on here in the US so I narrowed it down to three points that I would like to share with you guys My first topic is the type of food we eat in the United States Here in the United States we have all different types of food that comes from different kinds of cultures An American can spend approximately 13 of their income on food That also includes take outs and eating at a restaurant I was reading a story in one of my article about a family that lives in Park slope New York This family only eats organic food for their health and as a family too Eating this type of food brings happiness to farmers and farm animals Its a good feeling to have a family eating healthy food While other kids and young adults consist of eating junk food Some people suffer by having nothing to eat Down the road where Alexandra lives there are children that are living on this severe condition In Park Slope kids have so much food in their lunch box that you can have a conversation for 20 minutes and the kid is still eating their food That shows how much food a kid can eat The department of Agriculture has taken data that 17 of Americans live in homes that are Food Insecure family runs out of money to buy food or runs out of food before they can get more money This situation happens more in big cities to single mothers Food Insecure is linked to housing and employment low food security is only 6 There is rich American in the united states that buy whole grains Whole grains or food made from them contain nutrients of the entire grain seed Both Colored and
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