The charts below show the average percentages in typical meals of three types of nutrients, all of which may be unhealthy if eaten too much.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features,
and make comparisons where relevant.

Three pie charts depict quantities of nutrients absorbed by human body in three common meals in terms of three types namely sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar.

Overall, sodium and saturated fat are substances absorbed the most in dinners area, while added sugar absorbed the most in the snacks area. Also, sodium and saturated fat are substances that have the lowest percentages in snacks and breakfast areas.

In the first and second charts, sodium and saturated fat have the highest proportions in the dinner area, they are 43% and 37% respectively. Following the dinner area, these substances are absorbed quite much in lunch, the percentages of lunch areas are 29% in the sodium chart and 26% in the saturated fat chart. Besides, 14% is the percentage of sodium absorbed in the breakfast area, equal to the snacks area. And, the proportions of saturated fat are 21% in the snacks area and 16% in the breakfast area.

In the third chart, added sugar has the highest percentage in the snacks area with the figure is 42%, it is higher much more than in the two same areas in the first and second charts. Also, the dinner area is the second largest area with the percentage is 23%, compared with the second-highest area in two charts left is the lunch area. Moreover, the lunch area of the chart has a percentage pretty low, at 19%, while the breakfast area even lower, just only 16%.

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Three pie charts compare quantities of nutrients consumed by human body in three common meals in the US in terms of three types namely sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar.

Overall, sodium and saturated fat are substances consumed the most in the dinner, while added sugar consumed the most in the snack. Also, sodium and saturated fat are substances that have the lowest percentages in the snack and breakfast.

In the first and second charts, sodium and saturated fat have the highest consumptions at dinner. The proportions for these substances are 43% and 37% respectively. Following the dinner, sodium and saturated fat are consumed much at lunch as well, the percentages of them are 29% in the sodium chart and 26% in the saturated fat chart. Besides, 14% is the percentage of sodium consumption in breakfast, equal to the snacks. And, the proportions of saturated fat are 21% in the snack and 16% in breakfast.

In the third chart, the added sugar consumption is the highest with the percentage is 42%, higher much more than the two same elements in the first and second charts. Also, the dinner has the second-highest consumption, at 23%. In addition, the lunch has a percentage pretty low, at 19%, while the breakfast’s percentage even lower, just only 16%.

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Three pie charts depict quantities (A quantity would be a number like 5 grams. The charts do not have any quantities.) of nutrients absorbed by human body in three common meals in terms of three types namely sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar.


It is impossible to understand this sentence. What are the three pie charts? Are they one for each of three "common meals"? You need to clearly and accurately describe the figures. For complicated figures, you have to write more than one sentence. Here are two examples.

The three pie charts, one each for sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar, depict the proportion of daily intake of these nutrients distributed over four meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. The data is from the US. 
There are three pie charts presenting data on eating habits of Americans.  The first gives the percentage of sodium consumed daily in each of the four meals, the second gives saturated fat, and the third, added sugars.  The four meals are breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

"Absorbed" is not the correct verb, and "area" is incorrect. This makes most of your essay an incorrect description of the data.

Overall, sodium and saturated fat are substances absorbed (wrong word) the most in dinners area, (wrong expression) while added sugar absorbed (wrong word) the most in the snacks area. (wrong word) Also, sodium and saturated fat are substances that have the lowest percentages in snacks and breakfast areas. (wrong word)

In the first and second charts, sodium and saturated fat have the highest proportions in the dinner area, (wrong expression, and also wrong punctuation. There is a comma splice error) they are 43% and 37% respectively. Following the dinner area, these substances are absorbed quite much in lunch, the percentages of lunch areas are 29% in the sodium chart and 26% in the saturated fat chart. Besides, 14% is the percentage of sodium absorbed in the breakfast area, equal to the snacks area. And, the proportions of saturated fat are 21% in the snacks area and 16% in the breakfast area.

In the third chart, added sugar has the highest percentage in the snacks area with the figure is a value of 42%, it is higher much more (Wrong expression. - it is much higher than) than in the two same areas in the first and second charts. Also, the dinner area is the second largest area with the percentage is 23%, (ungrammatical. You cannot use a full clause as the object of a preposition) compared with the second-highest area in two charts left is the lunch area. Moreover, the lunch area of the chart has a percentage pretty low, at 19%, while the breakfast area even lower, (Ungrammatical. You are missing a verb.) just only 16%.


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Three pie charts, labelled sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar, show the percentage of that nutrient consumed in each of four meals in a typical day. This data is from the average American diet which consists of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in-between meal snacks.

Overall, Americans get most of their daily intake of saturated fat and sodium in the evening meal. Their snacks represent the greatest proportion of added sugars. Breakfast is the healthiest meal with moderate amounts of these unhealthy nutrients.


In the first pie chart, sodium, dinner has the largest fraction of daily consumption at 43%, followed by lunch with 29%. A similar pattern is seen in the second pie chart for saturated fat, with dinner having the largest proportion (37%) followed by lunch (26%). However they show considerable variation in the values for snacks (21% of saturated fats compared to 14% of sodium ) and breakfast (16% and 14%, respectively).

The consumption of added sugars has a substantially different distribution, with nearly half (42%) in snacks, and the rest rather evenly distributed over dinner, lunch and breakfast, 23%, 19% and 16% respectively.

The three pie charts compare quantities of nutrients: sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar, consumed by people human body in three common meals in the US during breakfast, lunch, dinner and in snacks. in terms of three types namely sodium, saturated fat, and added sugar.

Overall, sodium and saturated fat are the substances consumed the most in the dinners, while added sugar is consumed the most in the snacks. Also, sodium and saturated fat are substances that have the lowest percentages in the snack and breakfast categories.

In the first and second charts, sodium and saturated fat have the highest consumption figures at dinner. The proportions for these substances are 43% and 37% respectively. Following the dinner, Similarly, sodium and saturated fat are consumed much at lunch as well, the percentages of them sodium and saturated fat at lunchtime meals are 29% in the sodium chart and 26% respectively. in the saturated fat chart. Besides, 14% is the percentage of how much sodium consumption in is consumed at breakfast by the average person in the US, and that is equal to the percentage of sodium in snacks. And, Interestingly, the proportions of saturated fat are is 21% in the snacks and compared with 16% in a typical American breakfast.

In From the third chart, it is evident that snacks have the added sugar consumption is the highest percentage of added sugar with the percentage is at 42%, higher which is much more than the sugar consumed at any regular meal. two same elements in the first and second charts. Also, the dinner has the second-highest consumption, at 23%. In addition, the lunch has percentage pretty low percentage of added sugar, at 19%, while the corresponding percentage for the breakfast category percentage is even lower, at just/only [ Use “just” or “only”, not both] 16%.