Anal, sex and an Indian burger-chopped sandwich are a few of the best food items found in the UK in 2017, according to a survey by the UK-based charity Eating Well.
The survey found that people are eating healthier and eating healthier-ish foods, like healthier-sounding and healthier-looking food items, and that they are looking to healthier-than-usual choices to reduce their health risk.
The report also found that the average British woman is eating more than the average American woman, who are eating less.
The average UK woman eats 5.9 pounds per year, compared to 4.7 pounds for American women.
This trend is seen across all ages groups.
People are also eating less meat, fish and fruit, which may be due to a reduced diet, or to a change in the way they eat in the past few years.
The findings, published by the British Dietetic Association, found that UK people are healthier overall than they were a decade ago.
The BDA survey, which surveyed 1,100 people across the country, also found a big change in British eating habits over the past five years, with the majority of people increasing their consumption of fruit and vegetables and less meat.
However, there were some changes for men and women, with men eating more meat and eating more fish and eating less fruit.
In the survey, the average person ate a total of 8,829 calories in 2017.
This is about one quarter of the average calorie intake in the US.
The British are eating more fruits and vegetables than Americans, but this is down from the past decade.
In fact, the British are now eating less fruits and less vegetables than the Americans.
The overall average British calorie intake is 4,828 calories, down from 5,734 calories in 2020.
People are also less likely to drink alcohol, with half of British adults saying they don’t drink alcohol.
However this has also increased over the last five years.
The percentage of people who say they drink alcohol has also decreased, from 12% to 8%.
In terms of the overall diet, people are living in a healthier way than in the 1990s.
This means that people have reduced their use of processed food, such as sugary cereals, white bread, and sugary snack foods, and they are eating smaller portions.
People eat less fat, which is a sign of better health, as well as less sugar and salt, and less salt.
The food pyramid, which includes the food you eat in one day, the food your body breaks down into smaller parts, and the food that is processed into more processed foods, is also healthier than it was in the ’90s.
There is also a bigger emphasis on eating a healthier diet.
In the BDA study, the majority (71%) of people said they were getting their daily recommended intake of fruit, vegetables, and meat from the food they eat every day.
This included more than half of people (53%) who eat at least two servings of fruit a day.
The remaining 15% said they eat less than two servings a day, and about one in three (32%) eat less food than that.