Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
I hear this argument a lot and I don't really buy it. You don't need to shop at Whole Foods to make better eating decisions.
yeah, but you do need some culture and some time/energy. its easy for young, healthy rich people to talk about it, but it does get hard for poor, overworked, burdened with kids people to eat as healthy as they should. sure, they could come home and cook a pot of beans and rice, but after a long day being shit on, its damn easy to come home to a tv with 200 channels, and some canned chili and some pepsi