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  • On 18 Apr 2014 in #1 Cause of Death,, Homeboy said:

  • On 18 Apr 2014 in Majority of workers feel they are overweight, Homeboy said:

    clambo says

    I was in Japan for a few months and noticed the food was not very fatty or rich. There were few cheeses, meats, breads, etc.

    They do have a lot of fried food: Gyoza, Yakitori, Katsu, Tempura - but the portions are smaller and meals tend to be a variety of smaller things rather than a whole steak and a whole baked potato, like you might get in an American restaurant. So you feel like you ate more than you actually did.

    A Japanese lunch might be something like this:

    It has some no-nos, but only small amounts of them.

    Whereas an American lunch might be ridiculous amounts of unhealthy food like this:

  • On 17 Apr 2014 in Majority of workers feel they are overweight, Homeboy said:

    CaptainShuddup says

    The price of healthful vegetables and raw unprocessed foods is becoming a luxury and a premium, while our food distribution is consolidating more and more to a mass production assembly line of saturated sweetened fat, loaded with chemical for each to alter thickness, longevity, color, texture and dried and crammed into a bag, canned, frozen or dispensed from a machine.

    Then we have people in Washington who like to rock the vote, rattling on about eating your veggies, while not say one single damn word about the crap and the additives that is in 85% of the food we eat. There's just to much money to make them stop, feeding people that poison.

    I agree with you for once. But aren't you the one who got upset when schools tried to serve healthier food to the students?

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