More than 80 percent of the world’s adults will be consuming no more than 1,000 calories per day by 2050

More than 85 percent of Americans will be eating less than 800 calories per week by 2050, and about 15 percent will be doing so less than 500 calories a day, according to a new report.

The findings by the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development, a body of experts in global trade, show that most Americans will have been consuming less than 1.2,000 daily calories in 2050.

But the report also found that a staggering 75 percent of children, ages 6 to 15, will be drinking no more or less than 700 calories a week, while about half of seniors will be cutting back to less than 300 calories a month.

In the U, adults will likely consume more than 2,000 calorie per day, while children will likely be consuming about 600 calories, according the report.