England travel guide

ENGLAND TRAVEL

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England Travel Guide

Eating and Drinking in England



Englandís eating and drinking scene offers a great variety of choices, especially due the diversity of the immigrants in the country and its influence in the English food. Around the country each region has its own particularity. For instance, the north of the country tends to offer more substantial and traditional food, for more reasonable prices than the south. London and the major cities offer plenty of variety of food from all around the world, Chinese, Thai, Mexican, Spanish, etc. The Indian food is particularly popular and good value for money the most popular dish is the curry.

England always was distinguished for its preference for beer as the most popular and traditional drink in the country, as well as the Cider, Gin and Tea. In the last years the pubs and bars have been increasing around the country for the increment of the tourist activity and the arriving of millions of visitors.

Eating and Drinking in England
Eating in England Drinking in England
Eating in England
Find useful information for eating in England, local and international food
Drinking in England
You can taste some of England culture, through the unique drinks served here.


Control your Body Mass Index


Taking a balanced and healthy diet, keep your body healthier, with fewer options to have diseases. Being with underweight or overweight, you may cause serious problems to your health such as diabetes, hypertension, stress, fatigue, depression, etc.
As england people being tall and maintain very favorable dietary patterns, mean BMI in this population is quite low compared to other developed countries: BMI 23. This BMI score is associated with living longest, the lowest incidence of serious illness, as well as being perceived as more physically attractive. However, it may be a good idea to check your waist circumference and keep it within the recommended limits.




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