The charts below show the average percentages in typical meals of three types of nutrients, all of which may be unhealthy if eaten too much. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Here, the provided charts illustrate the information about the amount of sodium, Saturated fat and Added Sugar in various meals. Consumed by the citizen of the USA.
The most striking feature of the chart is that Sodium and Saturated fat are consumed more at Dinner, whilst in Snacks, the amount of Added Sugar is more.
At a fleeting glance, it reveals that Sodium and Saturated fat are taken mone in the Dinner (43% and 37% respectively) and almost one-third and more than a quarter in lunch. While about 14% and one-fifth are taken in snacks, moreover, the rest amount is consumed in breakfast (14% consumed and 16% respectively).
A glance at the chart reflects that they consumed 42% of Sugar in their Snacks, and it followed Dinner slightly less than a quarter (23%). Furthermore, followed by lunch, less than one-fifth (19%), in addition to that rest percentage (16%) of Sugar covered in breakfast.