that you won't suffer with it into the new years.
We're all different but there are general things that we can all do that can help us feel
better and be healthier.
Personally, I think there are TWO top of the list problems in America when it comes to
food consumption and health.
1. Eating too much
2. Drinking too little
I heard on the news the other day that in just a few years HALF of all children in America
will be OBESE. That's very shocking and of course coming with that will be a hoard of
sickness and rising health care costs.
Most all the foods we buy in the grocery stores are laced with various chemicals. There's
no getting around it.
It's become a very money hungry food industry. Unfortunately the majority of those food
companies do not care about you and I. They only care about money.
Thank goodness you are on the right track seeking out gluten free products. Don't forget
to drink lots of water every day, eat healthy as you can, and don't over-eat.......except for
Christmas you can over-eat on that day.
sweetpie3000 wrote:valerie wrote: Health insurance is very expensive. Next time you pay $35 for that toothbrush, just
think of all the people struggling to pay their insurance. Tomorrow that toothbrush will
be $40 because of people that do not have health insurance but expect to be taken care
of. People that have worked all their lives and struggle to provide for their families but
they do it and they have to pay for that toothbrush and someone else too.
Handing people a grand a month is not going to change that. Not in America.
We need to wipe out the cheaters. Educate. Train. Bring back manufacturing. Stop
excessive spending. All that grand would do, is create more lazy people, and create
more of a deficit.
People doesn’t want to do hard labor jobs anymore. People prefer to work desktop jobs anymore. Who want to work farm anymore?
Valerie universe basic income is coming in 5-10 years from now. Most our jobs will be replaced by robot anyway?
lotoole wrote: Some people work harder, struggle to complete undergraduate or graduate training, get professional training in order to be doctors or lawyers or make huge contributions to humanity like scientific discoveries. So it just seems unfair to me to pay everyone the same thing. I think people should have to work for it and they should be motivated to achieve a certain type of lifestyle. Why should someone who lays around the house and watches TV all day get the same pay as a person who is working 10 hours a day as an emergency physician?
However, I do support universal health care. No one should suffer and die due to lack of health care.