Food for thought – women, children and global nutrition

“When can we do the spreadsheet?” I asked Boyfriend eagerly. “Can we do it now? I have a formula I want to put in!” We were doing some accounts, and trying to make everything balance. It was very exciting.

He shook his head at me and gave me a pitying look.

Well I’m very sorry but I like spreadsheets. I also like infographics, which is why I was so excited when I got the Information is Beautiful book for Christmas, and why today I’m sharing this, about women and nutrition. I find it shameful that while I sit here, full of Peaches and Cream milkshake from my little mid-morning outing with Bishopston Mum, two billion people lack the basic daily nutrition they need.

Food for thought indeed.

Nutrition infographic

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5 Comments

  1. 27 March, 2012 / 1:04 pm

    I’m glad I’m not the only one on the planet who loves a good spreadsheet. Everyone thinks I’m mad, but there are others, I’m no longer alone!

  2. 27 March, 2012 / 7:12 pm

    I’ve got spreadsheets galore, nothing too technical but very helpful none the less!

  3. 29 March, 2012 / 7:03 pm

    I think I would love spreadsheets but I have never tried one. I’m almost scared too incase it’s a gateway anally retentive tool, because I’m frankly uptight enough.

    • 3 April, 2012 / 8:00 am

      YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED A SPREADSHEET??

      Goodness. Probably best you don’t then. It is the food of anal retentives.

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