Why do the “plate of good eating” and the “food pyramid” have different food classifications?

Why do the “plate of good eating” and the “food pyramid” have different food classifications?

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Pyramids generally promote hierarchies, the “least” at the bottom and the most at the top, and the brain understands it that way. It’s a trick by manufacturing companies.

For many years in Mexico, companies put the “Nutritional” Pyramid on their packaging, placing the sugars at the top. This induces the misleading idea that sugars are important all food.

Recently it was to a graph that in statistics is called “Of cake, of sectors or of 360 degrees”. Here there are no hierarchies, none is above the other: it is a circle divided the “suggested” proportions in which one should eat

However, the fact that a graph is of sectors also induces errors, since it is the brands that “suggest” of their products to eat.

It is as if the tobacco industry gave lessons in health, or as if the arms industry gave physical .