When you have an economic crisis and a lot of people are having trouble getting by, it’s understandable that people will turn to food for comfort.
But in the U.S., it’s actually become a bit of a double standard.
Food is seen as more important than healthcare.
And while it’s not uncommon to see people eating more healthy food than unhealthy food, it seems like the opposite is true.
Here’s a look at some of the most popular food trends and trends of the past decade:The first trend we see is that Americans are eating more unhealthy food than they used to.
For the past several years, the average American has been eating a lot more unhealthy than healthy food, and it’s probably no coincidence.
The average American eats at least twice as much unhealthy food per day as they used a decade ago.
This is a good example of why the health food market has exploded in the past few years.
Consumers are hungry and craving healthy foods, and fast food chains have started to take notice.
In fact, more people are getting their fill of healthy food in 2017 than in the last few years, which is no surprise.
A look at the top 10 most popular trends of 2017, and why they’re so popular:1.
The trend of more healthy snacksThe number one trend in 2017 was healthier snacks.
According to Food Trends, there are now over 2.4 billion snack bars sold in the United States, and more than 20 million snacks are on the market each day.
Some of these snack bars are a healthy snack, like the one above from the Food & Drink magazine.
Some are simply a snack.
But many are healthier snacks that are filled with a wide range of fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats.
These include the classic “Cranberry Cheesecake,” a healthy fruit pie with crème fraîche and cranberry sauce, as well as the popular Snack Time Snack Bar.
In addition, there’s the classic Nutella, which comes in a variety of flavors, and is also available in a number of flavors.
But the most common nutella is the “nut-filled” one.
And many are filling the void left by the expiration date of popular snacks like chocolate chips, chips with peanuts, and cookies.
The trend of healthier dessertsThe number two trend in the grocery store is healthier desserts.
This trend was highlighted in the book Food &amusement, by The Food Network’s Dan Savage, which has been an influential source of information for health and fitness-minded consumers.
One of the more popular healthy desserts is the Nutella cookie.
While Nutella is a relatively healthy snack that you can buy in the stores, you can also buy a chocolate version at a health food store or online.
If you like the taste of Nutella cookies, they’re even better if you buy the chocolate version.
The popularity of Nutellas and chocolate chips is an important trend because it’s fueling the market for healthier snacks, which have become the next big trend.2.
The trends of more health drinksThe trend for healthier drinks is pretty strong.
According of the latest Nielsen report, Americans drink a lot less than they did a decade or so ago.
According the Nielsen survey, the proportion of people who drink less than one or two cups of water a day has decreased from a peak of 34 percent in the late 1990s to 26 percent today.
However, Americans have become more likely to drink four or more cups of liquid a day.
The biggest difference between this trend and the last decade is the number of healthy beverages that are being consumed.
According in the Nielsen report that was released earlier this year, the number one health drink in the country is water.
That’s up from the number two in the 1990s and number three in the early 2000s.
According a new report from the Pew Research Center, Americans consume an average of four healthy drinks a day, with four drinks being a water, a juice, a sports drink, and a non-alcoholic tea or coffee drink.
The report also found that the number and type of drinks are changing.
Today, people are drinking more healthy drinks like water and juice, but that’s changing as well.
This year, a third of Americans report they are drinking at least three healthy drinks daily.3.
The change in the trend for dessertsThe trend has also been shifting.
The last few decades have seen a steady rise in the popularity of healthier dessert options.
There’s no doubt that the trend of healthy desserts has been on the rise in recent years, but the trend is really starting to catch up to the health trend.
According The American Dietetic Association, the trend in healthy desserts continues to grow.
The association estimates that the proportion who eat three or more healthy desserts a day rose from 13 percent in 2005 to 22 percent in 2017.
It also estimates that there will be over 3 billion desserts consumed in the US by 2025. The