Фотопроект о ежедневном и недельном рационе разных людей шокировал всех

Фотожурналист Питер Мензель делает проекты о еде. Но не фотографирует ее и выкладывает в Инстаграм, а рассказывает о ежедневном и недельном рационе разных людей.

Интерсно Знать представляет вашему вниманию два фотопроекта «Голодная планета» и «Что я ем: вокруг света за 80 приемов пищи».

Компьютерный дизайнер-фрилансер и геймер, 1600 ккал. Китай. 

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Таксист, 2000 ккал. США. 

Din Memon, a Chicago taxi driver, with his typical day’s worth of food arranged on the hood of his leased cab on Devon Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of his day's worth of food in the month of September was 2,000 kcals. He is 59 years of age; 5 feet, 7 inches tall; and 240 pounds. Din came to the United States as a young man in search of freedom and opportunity and remains pleased with what he found. He has lived in Chicago for 25 years and has been driving a cab for the past two decades, five to six days a week, 10 hours a day. He knows where all of the best Indian and Pakistani restaurants are throughout Chicago, but prefers his wife’s home cooking above all. His favorites? “Kebabs, chicken tika, or biryani—spicy food,” he says. Tika is dry-roasted marinated meat, and biryani is a rice dish with meat, fish, or vegetables that is highly seasoned with saffron or turmeric. MODEL RELEASED.

Работник колл-центра, 4000 ккал. Индия. 

Shashi Kanth, a call center worker, with his day's worth of food in his office at the AOL call center in Bangalore, India. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) He is 23 years of age; 5 feet, 7 inches; and 123 pounds. Like many of the thousands of call center workers in India, he relies on fast-food meals, candy bars, and coffee to sustain him through the long nights spent talking to Westerners about various technical questions and billing problems. He took a temporary detour into the call center world to pay medical and school bills but finds himself still there after two years, not knowing when or if he will return to his professional studies. MODEL RELEASED.

Проект сам уникальный. Пока что нет его аналогов.

Профессиональная модель, 2400 ккал. США. 

Mariel Booth, a professional model and New York University student, at the Ten Ton Studio in Brooklyn with her typical day’s worth of food. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of her day's worth of food on a day in the month of October was 2400 kcals. She is 23 years of age; 5 feet, 9.5 inches tall; and 135 pounds. At a healthier weight than when modeling full-time, she feels good but laments that she’s making much less money. MODEL RELEASED.

Буддистский монах, 4900 ккал. Тибет. 

The head monk at his partially rebuilt monastery with his typical day’s worth of food in the Tibetan Plateau. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of his day's worth of food in June was 4,900 kcals. He is 45 years of age; 5 feet, 5 inches tall; and 158 pounds.

В своей книге Питер разбил людей на 80 профилей: каждый в соответствии с количеством потребляемых калорий.

Солдат, 4000 ккал. США.

Curtis Newcomer, a U.S. Army soldier, with his typical day’s worth of food at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin in California’s Mojave Desert. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of his day's worth of food in the month of September was 4,000 kcals. He is 20 years old; 6 feet, 5 inches tall; and 195 pounds. During a two-week stint before his second deployment to Iraq, he spends 12-hour shifts manning the radio communication tent (behind him). He eats his morning and evening meals in a mess hall tent, but his lunch consists of a variety of instant meals in the form of MREs (Meals, Ready-to-Eat). His least favorite is the cheese and veggie omelet. “Everybody hates that one. It’s horrible,” he says. A mile behind him, toward the base of the mountains, is Medina Wasl, a fabricated Iraqi village—one of 13 built for training exercises, with hidden video cameras and microphones linked to the base control center for performance reviews. MODEL RELEASED.

Управляющий рестораном на башне Си-Эн Тауэр, 2600 ккал, Канада. 

Neil Jones, the Director of Operations at the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada, with one day's worth of his typical food in the skypod of the tower. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of his day's worth of food on a typical day in June was 2600 kcals. He is 44 years of age; 6 feet, 2 inches tall and 220 pounds. The viewing platform is above the world’s highest revolving restaurant, which revolves 360 degrees. The award-winning restaurant has awe-inspiring views and, for a tourist destination, surprisingly excellent food. The pricey entrance and elevator fee of about $25 per person is waived if you eat at the restaurant, making it cheaper to have lunch than to just see the sights. MODEL RELEASED.

Питер и его супруга потратили 30 лет своей жизни на путешествия по всему миру.

Домохозяйка, 2700 ккал. Йемен. 

Saada Haidar, a housewife, with her typical day's worth of food at her home in the city of Sanaa, Yemen. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of her day's worth of food in the month of April was 2700 kcals. She is 27 years of age; 4 feet, 11 inches tall; and 98 pounds. In public, Saada and most Yemeni women cover themselves for modesty, in accordance with tradition. MODEL RELEASED.

Старшеклассница, 4000 ккал. Венесуэла. 

Katherine Navas, a high school student, on the roof of her family’s home in a barrio in Caracas, Venezuela with her typical day’s worth of food. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of her typical day's worth of food in the month of November was 4,000 kcals. She is 18 years of age; 5 feet, 7 inches tall; and 157 pounds. Unlike housing in most of the developed world, the higher the house, the cheaper the rent in the dangerous Caracas barrios. Those living at the top of the steep hillside have to travel the farthest to reach services, shops, and the main street, a trip normally made only in the daylight hours. MODEL RELEASED

Повар-кондитер, 3700 ккал. Германия. 

Robina Weiser-Linnartz, a master baker and confectioner with her typical day’s worth of food in her parent’s bakery in Cologne, Germany. (From the book What I Eat; Around the World ion 80 Diets.) The caloric value of her day's worth of food in March was 3700 kcals. She is 28 years of age; 5 feet, 6 inches tall; and 144 pounds. She’s wearing her Bread Queen sash and crown, which she dons whenever she appears at festivals, trade shows, and educational events, representing the baker’s guild of Germany’s greater Cologne region. At the age of three, she started her career in her father’s bakery, helping her parents with simple chores like sorting nuts. Her career plan is to return to this bakery, which has been in the family for four generations, in a few years. She will remodel the old premises slightly to allow customers the opportunity to watch the baking process, but plans to keep the old traditions of her forebears alive. MODEL RELEASED.

Профессиональный матадор, 3400 ккал. Испания. 

Oscar Higares, a professional bullfighter, with his typical day’s worth of food in the bullring in Miraflores De La Sierra, Spain, on a training day. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of his typical day's worth of food in the month of April was 4,200 kcals. He is 34 years old; 6 feet, 2 inches tall; and 174 pounds. On the day of a bullfight, Oscar tries to sleep late and usually skips breakfast. Because he is a “bit scared” he isn’t hungry and eats very little. “The good months of bullfighting are August and September, and it’s really hot. The jackets we have to wear are so tight, and they’re really heavy. And the pressure of the people watching you—you have to be so concentrated. You lose weight. You lose two kilos [4.4 pounds] every time you go out.” He says that in the evening after a fight, “dinner is big... I eat lots of meat.” MODEL RELEASED.

Продавец верблюдов, 3200 ккал. Египет. 

Camel broker Saleh Abdul Fadlallah with his day's worth of food at the Birqash Camel Market outside Cairo, Egypt. (From the book What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets.) The caloric value of his day's worth of food on a typical day in the month of April was 3200 kcals.  He is 40 years of age; 5 feet, 8 inches tall; and 165 pounds. Contrary to popular belief, camels’ humps don’t store water; they are a reservoir of fatty tissue that minimizes the need for heat-trapping insulation in the rest of their bodies; the dromedary, or Arabian camel, has a single hump, while Asian camels have two. Camels are well suited for desert climes: their long legs and huge, two-toed feet with leathery pads enable them to walk easily in sand, and their eyelids, nostrils, and thick coat protect them from heat and blowing sand. These characteristics, along with their ability to eat thorny vegetation and derive sufficient moisture from tough green herbage, allow camels to survive in very inhospitable terrain. MODEL RELEASED.

А вот и «Голодная планета», рассказывающая о недельном рационе людей.

Чад, семья Абубакар. Потрачено: $1,23.

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Кувейт, семья Ал Хаган. Потрачено: $221.45.

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США, семья Ревис. Потрачено: $341.98.

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Китай, семья Донг. Потрачено: $155,06.

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Польша, семья Собчински. Потрачено: $151.27.

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Египет, семья Ахмед. Потрачено: $68.53.

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Эквадор, семья Аймэ. Потрачено: $31.55.

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Япония, семья Укита. Потрачено: $317.25.

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