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Pin2K No matter how you look at it, some people simply cannot afford organic food. This letter is for you. This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. I so know where you are. Actually, I am there. And you know what? Yes, you can grow your own.
And, yes, an organic apple costs less than a bag of conventional, hydrogenated-oil-laden potato chips, but an organic apple is still more expensive than a conventional apple.
And no matter how you look at it, some people simply cannot afford organic food. My dad always says: You read too much!
No doubt, organic food is better for you. But there was a time when I let our bellies rumble a little at the end of a month because…I chose not to buy conventional items—and we simply ran out of grocery money. We prefer organic food.
Sometimes…sometimes…you have no choice. Surely, surely, it would help our family. But when I clicked over, my jaw dropped. I wanted to cry. In fact, I think I did. Our budget at the time was far less than half of that. I emailed the blogger. She kindly returned my email and suggested we cancel cable, sell our cars.
I next googled the food stamps eligibility.
It looked like we qualified! I did something so humbling I have waited until now to share it with you. And I hold my breath as I even type it: My mom drove me. I see it like it was yesterday: Mom had told me a lady from the church where I grew up worked in the food stamps office.
Would they call a number or my name? If the latter, would someone recognize my name? What if I ran into that woman from my past? Would she look at me in pity—in judgement? My pride reared its ugly head that day. I wanted to push out my chest and shout from the rooftops: I am an educated woman!
I graduated the top of my class—in both high school and college! I hold a degree—and was a double major! When our pride shows itself, God humbles us.Obesity is a growing problem, rivaling world hunger in the number of people that suffer from it. Obese people were thought to be mainly the rich, but poor people can also suffer as the food industry supplies cheaper food of poorer quality.
The food industry are reluctant to take too many measures that could affect their bottom line, preferring to blame individuals instead. I enjoy food, a lot.
But when travelling (which I do quite a bit for work), significantly less so – the options easily available to a weary traveller in a business district hotel (ie, room service, hotel restaurants and fast food) tends to be of the “hyperpalatable” kind, and is also high-calorie and have other properties that are commonly (but possibly incorrectly), considered.
Are we taking it too far by blaming fast food restaurants for obesity? When is it individual responsibility and when is it appropriate to place blame? Can we . Are we taking it too far by blaming fast food restaurant for obesity?
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Although throughout the years many people have claimed that obesity is a genetic disorder for the most part; results of recent studies strongly indicate that lifestyles rather than genetics are what are causing an obese society, because people choose to not exercise, [ ].
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