Venezuelan food crisis reflected in skipped snacks and weight loss

Venezuelan food crisis reflected in skipped meals and weight loss

Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss

Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss

( CNN) A mother contemplates how she does her food shopping amid famines and high inflation in Venezuela: Whatever is cheapest in the season is what her children eat, replacing one thing for another and in much smaller sections than before.

“What I have at home is enough to give them a plain arepa, and it’s very little for each one, ” the woman, Grecia Gonzalez, told CNN en Espaol, referring to the traditional white corn cakes. “And for me, I don’t am worried about going without eating. As a mom you’re always thinking about feeding( your children ). “
New data regarding an annual national survey by three of Venezuela’s major universities and other research groups has found that Gonzalez’s experience is becoming more common in the oil-rich South American country.

Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss
Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss
Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss
Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss
Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss

Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss

Venezuelan Food Crisis Reflected In Skipped Snacks And Weight Loss

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