America isn't the only country guilty of overeating and obesity.
Austria was found to have the highest average calorie consumption per person per day at 3800. On average, Austrians are eating 149% of the daily caloric requirement. At the other end of the kitchen is Bulgaria -- the average person eats about 2760 calories per day, 110% of the daily recommendation.
Click through the information and gain new perspective on foreign eating culture in the interactive graphic here.
How do Americans stack up? Take a look at these national obesity figures.
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