A Voice for Animal Rights

Will Tuttle : July 9, 2008

The following excerpts are from an interview by David Horton with Will Tuttle, author of The World Peace Diet, for Abolitionist-Online. A voice for animal rights:

animal thing, some get it, others don’t. Is it lack of compassion or is
the prospect of making such a radical change to eating ( to just what
you feel like) too much to take on board?

more I’ve studied this, David, the more I feel that it’s a minor
miracle that anyone is able to question our culturally-imposed eating
habits deeply enough to go vegan. Across cultures, and across species,
all animals take what their parents and culture teach them is their
proper food very seriously. What’s true is that our culture’s meals
strongly contradict our inherent compassion
, so we need early and
constant pressure to force us to see certain non-human animals as food
rather than as fellow beings we would naturally respect and care about.
It’s the example of other vegans, especially vegan communities of one
kind or another (even on-line communities), that provides the most
powerful psychological and cultural force for healing and liberation.

In your
book, you explain how animals have a purpose, how they establish social
order and express their natural intelligence. If we don’t acknowledge
their sentience and sophistication is it because we eat them and
support their exploitation?

this is a basic psychological mechanism that we automatically engage
whenever we find ourselves in a position where we are knowingly harming
others. Our natural compassion can’t stand it. So if it’s “food
animals,” then we have to psychologically distance ourselves from them,
using all kinds of stories that are supplied by our culture’s
institutions (religion, science, education, family, government, media,
etc.) that these animals were put here by God for us to use, that we’d
die in 24 hours of a protein deficiency if we didn’t eat them, that
they don’t have souls, and so forth. We do the same thing for “enemies”
we think we have to kill in wars – reduce them to mere “insects” or
“vermin” in our minds so that we can harm them. Same with people we
enslave. In The World Peace Diet I refer to this as our
culture’s underlying mentality of reduction and exclusion. It is
ritually injected into us through our culture’s daily meals and all the
stories surrounding our routine mistreatment of animals used for food

7 is about the Domination of the Feminine and you cite two prime
examples: the hen and the cow. “Dominating others requires us to
disconnect from them.” Is that what men do when they try to dominate
women? Is it the arrogance of our species, the ease with which we are
able to disconnect? Is this the biggest mistake of our species?

I think that this is probably the biggest mistake we humans make. And
yes, it plays out in relationships between men and women, and also in
many other ways as well. Domination requires disconnection and also
reduction. Most women know how it is to be looked at as “meat” and as
men, we are taught early on to look at women in that way, as we are
taught to look at certain animals as well
. I would not say, though,
that it is easy for our species to disconnect. We’ve got to remember
the ferocity of the programming we endured!! It’s tremendously
powerful! From the time we lose our mother’s breast, we are forced to
eat the flesh and secretions of brutalized animals two or three times
every day, in the most important, relentless, ongoing rituals in our
culture: our daily meals. We are taught continually to disconnect the
reality on our plate from the reality that it took to get it onto our
plate. Yes, we are masters at disconnecting, but only because we have
been forced to practice it rigorously and religiously since birth. We
could also be masters at connecting if we were taught those skills! The
wealthy elite only maintains its power because the masses eat foods of
death, disconnectedness, and enslavement, and reaps its own
enslavement. We will be liberated when we liberate those who are at our

There’s more toxin coming into our bodies from animal products than from plant foods. Why?

a big question! Animal foods concentrate physical toxins. For example,
the legal limits on pesticides sprayed on crops fed to humans are
stricter than on crops fed to animals. All pesticide residues
concentrate in the fat, flesh, milk, and eggs of animals, especially
the way animals are forced to eat slaughterhouse waste and the feces
and flesh of other animals in today’s factory farms. Fish concentrate
toxins to an even greater degree, as I explain in my book. On top of
all that, there are the heterocyclic amines, carcinogenic substances
formed by cooking animal flesh. In addition, there are the basic
components of animal flesh: saturated fat, cholesterol, and acidifying
animal protein, all three being now understood to be basically toxic to
our human physiology. On top of all that, there are what I call in The World Peace Diet
the metaphysical toxins: we are eating the vibrations of grief, terror,
anxiety, despair, and panic. No wonder the biggest demand for
pharmaceuticals is not just for statin drugs, digestive drugs, insulin,
and other drugs to fight the physical devastation of animal-sourced
foods, but drugs for depression, rage, and insomnia! We become what we
eat and what we practice!

through your book you come back to this one matter of the vital
connection we all have with our culture and the natural world in the
food we eat. “It all begins with our most fundamental social ritual:
eating”. Can you say something about our meals and the way they hold us

meals of hidden violence are devastating our earth, torturing millions
of beautiful and sensitive animals daily, and laying waste the inner
landscape of our thoughts and feelings. The wars, diseases, neuroses,
and crimes we see around and within us have their genesis in the wars,
diseases, neuroses, and violent crimes we inflict on billions of
animals routinely and completely unnecessarily. The basic sense of
disempowerment people feel to change “the system” stems from their
daily meals, which are the rituals that keep us as domineering
commodifiers, enslaved ourselves!

I am seeing more and more people “get” the message of The World Peace Diet
and begin to share it with others, and this is the foundation of the
healing of our world and of our culture and ourselves. We will continue
to be merely ironic in our quests for peace and justice and wisdom
until we make the connections that are on our plates and authentically
come into alignment with our true nature of compassion and share this
uplifting and liberating understanding with others. I encourage
everyone to teach a community course on The World Peace Diet,
and to spread the message of compassion, not just for ourselves, but
for all living beings and all future generations. As they say, “We are
the ones we are waiting for!”



Will Tuttle : July 2, 2008

Are you interested in facilitating a course or book study group on The World Peace Diet,
and spreading this transformational message?

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“The World Peace Diet study course was an inspirational journey. Even though I have been vegan for several years now, reading The World Peace Diet and
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has on the world around me. I recommend this course to everyone,
especially those who hold peace and love as important ideals.‚Äù –Jacki Sprinkle, student at Xavier University

‚ÄúMy wife Claudia and I took the World Peace Diet course and cooking class with renown Olympic chef  Mark Stroud. This was the first class ever, and the information shared and studied in those weeks was priceless. Dr. Tuttle’s book, The World Peace Diet, is
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cruelty. I highly recommend this class.‚Äù — John Mooter, Chair,
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has won a bronze medal in the Culinary Olympics and also ran a vegan
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restaurants in the country by Vegetarian Times magazine. If
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addition to this World Peace Diet Study Course, please contact Mark
about this as well.       

Thanks again for your interest in facilitating a course on The World Peace Diet. It is a noble undertaking, and we wish you all success in your efforts!

Cincinnati, Ohio: Gratitude in Motion Course

Will Tuttle : June 26, 2008

As more and more people are now facilitating courses and study groups on The World Peace Diet in towns and cities across North America, it is good to see that there is now also a course on The World Peace Diet being offered through a local university. Anna Ferguson is offering a course on The World Peace Diet through the Communiversity in Cincinnati, Ohio:

Focus first on food–each class will begin with a meal provided by your class facilitator. You’ll try out delicious vegan dishes; recipes will be shared and discussed, along with food replacement ideas. Inspired by “The World Peace Diet” by Will Tuttle, this class is designed to create open discussion and communication. His is the first book to make explicit the invisible connections between our culture, our food, and the source of our broad range of problems–and the way to a positive transformation in our individual and collective lives. It pulls back the curtain to reveal our culture’s hidden shadow and how it lives in us and in all our institutions, and how we can actually transform ourselves and our world. In each class we will discuss a chapter of the book, preview films/documentaries, and explore how to make changes in our eating habits.

Location: Gratitude in Motion Studio (Clifton)

The World Peace Diet Study Group, Recipe Exchange & Potluck
Mondays: 7:30 – 9:00 pm

Dates:  June 23, July 7, July 21, August 4 & August 18

Facilitated by:  Anna Ferguson
Required Book: The World Peace Diet by Will Tuttle
(ISBN: 978-1590560839 available at UC and DuBois bookstores plus online booksellers); #8127-01

Books & CD’s are available for purchase at Gratitude in Motion.

Fee per class: $9 or bring a vegan dish; $99 all classes; includes all food expenses.


Will Tuttle : June 24, 2008

The World Peace Diet
has been called one of the most important books of the 21st century:
the foundation of a new society based on the truth of the
interconnectedness of all life. It is the first book to make explicit
the invisible connections between our culture, our food, and the source
of our broad range of problems—and the way to a positive transformation
in our individual and collective lives.

The World Peace Diet is an award-winning
book. If you want to understand the big picture of our culture and why
we have the unyielding dilemmas we face, and how we can solve them,
this book is for you.

For Purchase or Free Download.

The World Peace Diet is $20.00. When you order from this website, your book will be signed by the author, and will include a copy of Living in Harmony With All Life, a 75-minute CD discourse by Dr. Tuttle on some of the main ideas in The World Peace Diet, with musical interludes. It will also include a free copy of Madeleine’s ‚ÄúIntuitive Cooking.‚Äù Click here to order a printed copy of The World Peace Diet and have it shipped to your door, with the CD and ‚ÄúIntuitive Cooking.‚Äù

DownloadsDownload a printable PDF file of  the entire The World Peace Diet.  There is no charge for this. We are thankful to be able to spread the message this way. Click here to download a .pdf file of the book. 

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to download a free mp3 sound file of Living in Harmony With All Life, the 75-minute discourse by Dr. Tuttle on The World Peace Diet.

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Will Tuttle : June 24, 2008

Dr. Will Tuttle is an award-winning speaker, educator, author, and musician. His music, writings, and  presentations focus on creativity, intuition, and compassion.

On this website, you can find out more about Dr. Tuttle’s book, The World Peace Diet, about his original piano music,
about his seminars and retreats on developing intuition, compassion, and meditative equanimity, and about the individualized music and art portraits he does with his spouse Madeleine.

The World Peace Diet
has been called one of the most important books of the 21st century:
the foundation of a new society based on the truth of the
interconnectedness of all life. Dr. Tuttle is currently giving a series
of lecture presentations around North America on The World Peace Diet.

See the Tour Schedule for details.

Dr. Tuttle presents about
150 events yearly  at conferences, retreats, and progressive churches
and centers throughout North America. A former Zen monk with a Ph.D. in
education from U.C., Berkeley, he has worked extensively in intuition
development, spiritual healing, meditation, music, creativity, vegan
living, and cultural evolution.

In churches, he typically presents
the morning special music, meditation, and message and later gives an
educational seminar on developing intuition, as well as a concert of
original music, "Piano Passion." These are intended to generate energy
for personal and planetary awakening.

Will’s original piano music is widely acclaimed for its uniquely inspiring and healing qualities. 

Ascension CD    Islands of Light CD  AnimalSongs CD

Seminars & Portraits:

Click here for more information on Will’s seminars & retreats, and for flyers.

Individualized Music & Art
Portraits offered by Dr. Will and Madeleine Tuttle.

Visionary artist Madeleine Tuttle from Switzerland creates original paintings, Art Cards, Tatting (‘Frivolit√©’), and collaborates with Will in creating Personalized Music and Art Portraits.

Madeleine’s watercolors have been exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide. Her art has
developed out of her extensive world travels, her deep interest in meditation and the beauty of nature, her love of animals, and her training as a Waldorf educator.

Buy limited-edition prints, Art Cards, and Frivolit√© (tatting), plus arrange Music and Art Portraits from this web site.             

(Photographs of Will & Madeleine by Dilip Barman)

If you are interested in having Dr. Tuttle deliver a presentation for your center or event, or to find out more about Madeleine’s art, please contact them:

Dr. Will & Madeleine Tuttle
  1083 Vine Street
  Healdsburg, CA 95448
  800-697-6614 or 707-207-5020 (message)


A new Oprah-tunity!

Will Tuttle : May 21, 2008

Dear friends,

More signs of progress – Oprah is now on a 21-day vegan "cleanse". This is potentially great news because multitudes will be participating with her, and hopefully learning about the plight of animals in our food production system, and of the enormous benefits of a plant-based diet for our health and the health of the Earth and for future generations. And that it’s dee-licious, too!

Over the past 2 years since my book, The World Peace Diet, was published, so many people have told me that I "need to be on Oprah." After her hugely successful class with Eckhart Tolle, I’ve been hearing this from people even more. It seems that we humans are ripening spiritually, and I believe that there is nothing more important at this stage of our spiritual evolution than developing compassion for all living beings, and transforming our eating habits to reflect more compassion and awareness.

The World Peace Diet, of all the books out there, presents the spiritual, cultural, and psycho-social dimensions of our meals and would provide a solid foundation for Oprah’s (and the world’s) transition to a plant-based way of eating. We have to understand the "big picture" in order to make major changes in our lives, and when we do, it’s easy to make the changes. So many people have told me that they’ve gone vegan after reading The World Peace Diet, and I think this is why.

So, people have asked me to encourage all of us to go to Oprah’s website and suggest that she read The World Peace Diet. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to do this! Use your own words and speak from your heart. The window of opportunity over the next 3 weeks days is beckoning! If Oprah reads The World Peace Diet and "gets it," we will have hundreds of thousands more people "getting it" also, which could lead to amazing and rapid improvements in the lives of all of us — people, animals, and future generations. And if there are other vegan speakers, writers, chefs that you feel would illuminate, please let Oprah know of them as well!

Please do it now, if possible. The link is:

The link to the discussion message board:

The link to her show with Kathy Freston on the Pillars of Wellness:

Upcoming retreat: "Creating A New Culture Of Peace:"

We are delighted to report that on our upcoming World Peace Diet weekend retreat, July 18-20 in southeastern Michigan, we will be joined by Mark Stroud of Cincinnati! Mark will help facilitate the retreat, and he is a dedicated advocate for compassion. Mark has already taught 2 classes on The World Peace Diet through the New Thought Unity Church in Cincinnati, and he has created an excellent Study Guide for facilitators of The World Peace Diet. So, if you are feeling an inner pull to help our world by facilitating a class or study group on The World Peace Diet in your area, I hope you will be able to join us on this retreat. While it is especially designed for people who would like to become certified facilitators of The World Peace Diet, it is open to anyone who would like to deepen their connection with and experience of the transformative ideas in the book. Mark is an award-winning chef, restaurateur, and educator.

Celebrity chefs! We are thrilled to have on the retreat the services of Deer and Justice Fields, who will be preparing the organic vegan meals that we’ll be savoring. Deer and Justice are legendary, world-traveling vegan chefs who have prepared scrumptious feasts in their own restaurants in Maui and San Diego, as well as cooked for countless conferences, expos, Rainbow gatherings, and events throughout North America and New Zealand.

For more information on this July retreat, and to register for it:

We are now in Virginia Beach, heading north and then west for the summer – you can see details of our tour on our website at: We do over 150 events per year, and have been traveling full-time in our "rolling home" now for over 12 years. It just keeps getting better! We have added some more events to our schedule, including a second lecture in New York City in June.

Finally, we have been sending out our free daily "Veg Inspiration For The Day" since May 1st, so if you’d like to begin receiving that every morning, you can sign up on The World Peace Diet website:

Deepest thanks to all of you who are blessing our world with your efforts to build a new society of kindness, peace, and harmony. We hope our paths will cross with you and people you know, so please check our tour schedule from time to time, as well as our Worldwide Prayer Circle for Animals:

Hope to see you all on Oprah! And at the July retreat! And in your area when we come through…

That’s it for now. Thanks for being the blessing you are!

Will & Madeleine

Open Letter to the Union Of Concerned Scientists

Will Tuttle : May 14, 2008

Union of Concerned Scientists,

read the first chapter of your CAFO report,
I commend the time, effort, research and intelligence required to produce

arguments against CAFOs (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) and your advocacy for medium-to-small animal
feeding operations, as well as for a change in public policy to permit
such a shift, are worthy of attention. May your suggestions be
heeded by politicians and policy-makers — in the interim, anyway.

long-term, what I believe we need is for every individual to look at
his or her reasons for eating animal products in the first place. If this
self-examination were done with integrity, many of us would reach a
conclusion even more intelligent, not to mention compassionate,
than the findings of your white paper.

we would realize that our obsession with — yea, our addiction to —
meat/milk/eggs is no more than an entrenched cultural tradition that is
both unkind to animals and unkind to humans on many levels. For one thing,
eating meat is terribly inefficient, thus wasteful, thus cruel to the
world’s poor, since it takes five times more land to grow crops for livestock
feed than it does to grow grain for people to eat. Too, there is no nutritional
justification for meat/milk/egg consumption, since all needed nutrients are
available in an abundant variety of non-animal-based products. In
short, the selfish, speciesist mentality that breeds, raises,
slaughters, buys and consumes the flesh of sentient, sapient beings simply
to please the palate
to the inevitable degradation of our physical health, not to mention to
gross misuse of our precious land and its natural resources.

another way, your study is valuable as far as it goes. It opens eyes to
the unfair, unethical, uneconomic, unwise, unhealthy system that rewards
CAFOs and discourages better alternatives. But to assume that we should remain
stuck in the rut of what is, bottom line, a barbaric practice — eating
the flesh and secretions of other animal species — is to leave us mired in
obsolete thinking and behavior. We will never find that ever-elusive peace and
harmony, either individually or collectively, as long
as we treat animals as our property and as production units. They are
God’s beautiful creations, and they deserve to be respected as autonomous
beings, with the right to life (or even the right not to be bred for
food) instead of as mere means to human ends.

read The World Peace Diet
 by Dr. Will Tuttle if you want to further
understand what I’m trying to articulate here.




April is Earth Awareness Month

Will Tuttle : April 16, 2008

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–are we finally awakening to the profound interconnectedness of all living beings here on this beautiful planet? In spite of cultural programming and corporate agendas that promote consumerism and disconnectedness, there is progress! The grassroots benevolent revolution that we are all a part of is unfolding every day. Thanks for your efforts!

Madeleine and I would like to alert you to a few new developments that you may be interested in.

1. —  You are invited to attend a weekend retreat on The World Peace Diet that I will be facilitating in southeastern Michigan on the weekend of July 18-20, 2008, at a beautiful nature sanctuary. The enrollment is limited to about 40 people so if you are interested, please go to our website to find out more and register for this event. We hope you can join us! The direct link is here at

2. — The Study Course for The World Peace Diet is complete and is available through our website. The direct link is here on This Study Course was created by Mark Stroud, facilitator of WPD classes, who is also available to help you if you have questions about how to go about setting up a World Peace Diet group in your community or area. It is an excellent tool for anyone interested in effectively raising awareness and making a practical and positive change in our world.

3.– Now you can download all my CDs directly to your computer and iPod from our website. Please see our website HERE for more information on that.

We have spent several terrific months in Florida this past winter, and are now in Georgia, heading north on our ongoing music, art, and education ministry through progressive churches. We were able to present lectures on The World Peace Diet in Sarasota, Key West, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, St. Augustine, and Gainesville, as well as intuition workshops, concerts, and art exhibits in many other cities. We are heading now to Asheville, Charlotte, Roanoke, Raleigh-Durham, Virginia Beach, Washington DC, New Jersey, New York City, Harrisburg, and Chicago over the next few months. I’ll be presenting lectures and radio interviews on The World Peace Diet in these places; please go to our tour schedule for more details: Some highlights for this summer: Vegetarian Summerfest; also the Young Jain Convention; and  "The Power of Natural Healing" Conference.

Besides the July retreat and the World Peace Diet study guide, we have more things coming soon, including Veg Inspiration For The Day, and the entire World Peace Diet book will be available as an audio book also. Our website will have the details. I am doing a monthly internet radio program called Food For Thought with Meria Heller who a provides revelatory daily radio program that I highly recommend.

Deepest thanks to each and every one of you for your efforts to bless others and build a new society of kindness, peace, and harmony. We hope our paths will cross with you and people you know, so please check our Tour Schedule from time to time.

And during this Earth Day season, let‚Äôs especially remember the animals who suffer so extremely behind the curtain of our culture’s denial. Please go to our Worldwide Prayer Circle For Animals at and put yourself on our improved world map, and find out more about joining us in creating a consciousness of kindness for all living beings.

That’s it for now. Thanks for being the blessing you are!

Will & Madeleine

Dr. Will Tuttle
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress may be seen by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi
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Thinking of Drinking Cow’s Milk? Think Again!

Will Tuttle : March 31, 2008

The production and consumption of dairy products is remarkably destructive to the earth, to our health, and to animals. One main problem is that dairy products—like meat—use and waste large amounts of plant matter. For example, researchers estimate that 2.5 acres of land can meet the food energy needs of 20 people eating potatoes, cabbage, or corn, but of only 2 people eating dairy products or chicken. Thus, 10 times as much plant material must be grown to eat dairy products, and this means much more pollution of streams from fertilizer and pesticide runoff than if people ate vegetables and grains directly. It also means that land is cleared of forests for growing grain to feed to dairy cattle, and for grazing. Forests provide wildlife habitat, build soil, and naturally purify streams. By reducing and eliminating dairy consumption, we could reforest large areas of land, purifying our air and water, and increasing habitat for birds, fish and other animals.

Cheese is especially destructive because it requires from 30 to 60 litres of milk to make just 1 kilo of cheese. The other high-fat products such as butter, cream, and ice cream also require enormous amounts of land, water, and fossil fuels, because so much grain is required for their production. This grain, and the land and resources used to grow it, could go instead to feeding hungry and starving people. Thus, eating milk products contributes to the shortage of food our world is experiencing, and the conflicts that this causes.

Dairy products also contribute significantly to global warming because the millions of cows imprisoned for milk production convert grass and grain into methane gas, which retains atmospheric heat even more efficiently than carbon dioxide. Milk products also require especially large amounts of petroleum as well, to run farm machinery needed for growing grains and grass to feed the cows, for housing and heating the animals, processing the milk, and keeping it refrigerated. These factors contribute to global warming and resource depletion.

Besides the obvious and unavoidable waste of land, petroleum, and grain, and the ecological devastation this causes, dairy operations produce products never intended by nature to be consumed by humans. Cows’ milk is intended for infant herd animals that weigh 150 kilograms in just 14 weeks! It is highly toxic to humans for many reasons, especially the fact that we have no rennin hormone like calves do to break down the casein protein in milk. Milk products have thus been linked with allergies, eczema, asthma, ear infections, sinus infections, diarrhoea, anaemia, kidney disease, gastrointestinal disease, multiple sclerosis, bronchitis, arthritis, leukaemia, and dental decay, as well as diabetes, arteriosclerosis, obesity, and other diseases of excess fat and protein.

Huge quantities of toxic pharmaceuticals are swallowed and injected to fight these diseases, and these toxins, once excreted, end up polluting the water. This is a serious source of water pollution surrounding urban centres.

Finally, there is the suffering of the cows, who are pushed to give more milk than they would naturally, and are forcibly inseminated (raped) against their will, with their beloved new-born babies being stolen from them so that we can steal their milk. All this misery pollutes the milk and our mental atmosphere, and gentle cows, who normally live 25 years, are worn out and sent to slaughter after only 4 to 5 years, to be replaced by their unfortunate daughters.

Food Costs and Comparisons Across Cultures

Will Tuttle : March 13, 2008

I think this is a most informative comparison of the foods of different cultures, and the comparative prices. Draw your own conclusions. This may be the best world tour had, just sitting at your computer!

Germany: The Melander Family of Bargteheide
Food Expenditure for One week: 375.39 Euros or $500.07

United States: The Revis Family of North Carolina
Food Expenditure for One Week: $341.98

Italy: The Manzo Family of Sicily
Food Expenditure for One Week: 214.36 Euros or $260.11

Mexico: The Casales Family of Cuernavaca
Food Expenditure for One Week: 1,862.78 Mexican Pesos or $189.09

Poland: The Sobczynscy Family of Konstancin-Jeziorna
Food Expenditure for One Week: 582.48 Zlotys or $151.27

Egypt: The Ahmed Family of Cairo
Food Expenditure for One Week: 387.85 Egyptian Pounds or $68.53

Ecuador: The Ayme Family of Tingo
Food Expenditure for One Week: $31.55

Bhutan: The Namgy Family of Shingkhey Village
Food Expenditure for One Week: 224.93 ngultrum or $5.03

Chad: The Aboubakar Family of Breidjing Camp
Food Expenditure for One Week: 685 CFA Francs or $1.23

Photographer Peter Menzel

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