The French love their pizza.
They eat it for breakfast, dinner, and brunch.
And for some, it is the main course of choice.
But according to new research from researchers from the University of Lyon, it seems that people in France have a hard time eating pizza in their homes, as it’s difficult to find a pizza restaurant that serves it.
In their study, researchers looked at more than 5,000 French households over a five-year period.
The research found that a staggering 47 percent of the households surveyed had difficulty finding a pizza joint that served pizza.
In fact, it was the most common problem, with 39 percent of respondents saying they could not find a restaurant that served pizzas in their house.
And the most surprising finding was that, in a country where the average age of a French household is 34, most of the respondents were between the ages of 30 and 34.
This may have something to do with the fact that the majority of French are working, meaning that they may have difficulty adjusting to the changes of a busy working life.
“Pizza, as a restaurant, is a time when we can feel comfortable and relaxed,” said lead researcher Pierre-Yves Bourriault.
“In the end, it becomes a food for a life.”
What’s more, this finding may have a negative impact on the quality of life for French people.
“It seems to be an issue that has to be taken into account, especially in the face of the growing number of social distancing and the increasing cost of living in France,” said Dr. Bourriaux.
“We believe that the social distance of the pizza, combined with the increased cost of eating, could affect the quality and quantity of the diet.”
For the study, the researchers surveyed French households between January 2016 and December 2017, and interviewed participants on their perceptions of pizza.
The researchers then measured their mental health and physical health.
The study found that French people in the 30-34 age bracket, or about 2.5 million people, reported eating a pizza in a regular way at least once in the past month.
This was compared to less than half of French people aged 50-64, or just over 6.5 billion people.
The people surveyed in France who reported having a difficult time finding a restaurant to serve pizza in also had higher levels of mental health problems than the average French person.
Those surveyed in the 60-64 age bracket had significantly higher mental health issues than the rest of the population, with nearly one in five of the people in that age group having a serious mental health problem.
“Our findings show that people living in a French city or suburb have a difficult task in trying to find pizza restaurants that serve pizzas, which is a major issue for our country,” said Bourriaults.
“Moreover, we found that the more people had problems, the worse they were affected by them.”
As a result, the French people’s mental health is also at risk, he said.
The French, for example, are more likely to have a chronic health condition, such as asthma, depression, and a range of chronic diseases.
For these reasons, it’s important that people with a range, mental and physical, health problems, as well as those who are in the lowest socio-economic bracket, try to find places to eat in the city.
And this is where the French need to think again about where they go to eat their pizza, said Dr Bourriauds colleagues, Pierre-Louis Poulin, the senior author and researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences at the University Paris Diderot.
“For some, pizza is the meal of the week and is the way they make a living,” said Pouins team member Jean-Marc Chateaubriere.
“But for us, it should be something special.
People should be able to eat at home with their family, and they should have a place to eat and enjoy their pizza.”
But for those who live in cities, it might not be a viable option.
“The pizza business is a business, so we should try to develop a new business model to attract the local market and to offer a good quality of food,” said Chateas team member and co-author, Isabelle Rizzo, an economist at the French National Institute for Economic Research.
“When it comes to the pizza business, we don’t have any ideas.”
A new pizza business model is required, said Chayas, as pizza is so important in the lives of the French.
And it’s a pizza business that is not only important to the local community, but also to the region, he added.
“If the region can attract a good pizza business and have its own pizzeria, then that will benefit the whole region,” he said, adding that it will help the French economy.
In the meantime, the team plans to study how pizza restaurants can improve the