According to this statistics, Austria has the highest average caloric consumption in Europe per person per day - at 3800. On average Austrians eat 149% of the daily caloric requirement.
Bulgaria has the lowest caloric consumption at 2760 calories per person - 110% of the daily recommendation.
In the last decades Europeans increased the daily percentage of assumed calories and more people are becoming overweight or obese.
Diets high in calories and fats and a sedentary life-style, are the main causes of this issue.
What surprises you most about this statistics?
What is the reason of this huge consumption of calories?
Why is Austria the country with the highest percentage of assumed calories?
And why Bulgaria is the country with the lowest one?