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Nom Nation was developed to help 14-19 year olds learn more about food, nutrition, a balanced diet and the effects that food can have on the body. The Noms represent real foods with energy, fats, vitamins and mineral content based upon accurate data.

The food Chef eats in the game directly affects his body shape - the player must use this knowledge to complete each level.  Sometimes it's best to be fat to weigh down platforms, at other times it's good to be thin so he can float on air streams, but a good balance is always best.  There is plenty of food around to eat, but choosing wisely will help Chef succeed in his quest.

Nom Nation allows the player to experiment with different food types to see what effects they will have on Chef’s body and discover the results for themselves.  There are healthy and fast foods and drinks available in the game, including combinations which will give Chef side effects: Rage mode, Power Punch, Fart Jet, and Turbo Run are just some of the power ups in the game to help chef progress, some more beneficial than others.
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