The USDA’s first Food Pyramid was published in 1992. Its horizontal divisions that stacked food groups illustrated the largest section (bread, cereal, rice & pasta) on the bottom and the smallest group (fats, oils & sweets) on top. This arrangement seems like a good idea until you consider the food group which is recommended to be eaten “sparingly” is placed on the peak of the pyramid, a spot usually reserved for the most important.
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