Speaking of food groups -- and we were -- I understand the concept of the "five major food groups" is, in the unlikely words of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, "passé," and that we, the collective "we" and not the royal "we," have graduated, for lack of a better word, to what which is called the Food Pyramid, but, really, does the new, "enhanced," six-sector (One more!) scheme truly capture our, the collective "our" and not the royal "our," eating habits?
The much-heralded pyramid, reading from bottom to top, advises progressively smaller portions of: breads, cereals, rice, and pasta; vegetables; fruits; milk, yogurt, and cheese; meat, poulty, fish, dry beans, eggs, and nuts; and fats, oils, and sweets, aabout which we are scolded: "use sparingly."
An improvement, no doubt, from that lame five-sector (One fewer!) set up, but a paltry excuse for a guide to daily living, as there's so much that's missing.
Speaking only for myself, where in the pyramid are the following:
I'm completely lost.