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-Eating Habits- In Hispanic countries their eating habits are a lot different then our eating habits in the American culture Their days begin with a small breakfast not important a very quick and simple meal usually consist of maybe a roll with butter and coffee with hot milk However the most important meal of the day is lunch time they go all out unlike ours which is supper time Their main meal is served between 100 and 300 in the afternoon Since this is the most important meal of the day it is customary for the parents and children to leave work or school to attend this meal After the meal there is a set time for a rest period They rest and get back to doing whatever they were doing to begin with In the early evening they have a light snack maybe a sandwich or coffee and rolls This is mostly for the children The last meal of the day is a small super it is served as late as 900 pm Hispanic families dont eat out very often especially not for their mid day meal However they are starting to eat out more often Hispanics that move to the United States they attend to adopt the three meal system Most Hispanics like to keep their traditional eating habits They prefer spicy foods but not mixed with sweets mainly dishes with beans tortillas meat and rice Employees will traditionally cook their own meals but will take advantage of days off to take their family to a nice restaurant Some people dont know that in Hispanics about one-third of all their cancers may be diet related A diet low in fat high in fiber and rich in fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of some major types of cancer The seventh leading cause of death in Hispanics is diabetes it is often linked to the eating habits of Hispanics Hispanics live with
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