Originally Posted by Tectrus Moa
I'm not talking about myself, Ben. I'm speaking for the people who're having trouble affording healthy food: The poor.
Yes, inner cities do in fact have produce markets but do you think that it will last them a month or so? No. For a single person, yes, but for a family with a low budget, they'll buy what will last them (the cheap stuff).
This explains the diabetes and stuff.
that's the thing, it doesn't last them - they end up buying more and more of it because it makes them more hungry - they fill up on that dry non nutritious salty shit and they don't drink enough water - i know all about being poor and not having money for food - speaking from experience - it's harder when you're homeless because you can't cook no good stuff .....well some people do find ways - but you spend way more money on food when you're homeless - no where to store it - so you buy less of it - and buying less of it cost you more - training your body to eat less is better for you -