I’m sorry Fa bloggers, what were you saying about healthy food being too expensive? This among many was a great sale going on for in season produce at my kroger. Suck it.They have buy one get one on all the mixed fruit at Publix. Ranging from small bowls to large.
OMG TOO EXPENSIVE.
LEMMIE JUST STOP AT MCDONALDS AND GET A #1…
Wait, That’s MORE expensive?
Check out these two classist, fat shaming fuckwits who have about jack of an idea what they’re talking about.
Uh, so strawberries being on sale at one store for a few days means that fresh food is not overpriced?
OK. Let’s just ignore all the research and legitimate studies that show that economic barriers to eating healthy don’t exist. Because someone at tumblr took a picture of a lb of strawberries on sale.
- Top Ten Barriers to Organic and Local Food Access for Low-Income Individuals : “We believe that cost is the greatest obstacle low-income individuals face in accessing fresh, and especially organic and locally-produced, food.”
- Access to healthy foods: part I. Barriers to accessing healthy foods: differentials by gender, social class, income and mode of transport in the Health Education Journal: “The main findings are that access to food is primarily determined by income, and this is in turn closely related to physical resources available to access healthy food. There is an associated class bias over access to sources of healthy food…In tackling food poverty and pro moting healthy eating, health promotion practice needs to address these struc tural issues as opposed to relying on psycho-social models of education based on the provision of information and choice.”
- Access to Affordable, Healthy and Nutritious Food (“Food Security”) by Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada “It is often difficult and expensive to access healthy food like fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and foods low in saturated fats, trans fats, salt and refined carbohydrates in remote communities, including remote Aboriginal communities.”
I love that all fat-shamers believe that everyone who isn’t thin as fuck eats every meal at McDonalds. I’m a vegetarian, I eat extremely healthy, the vast majority of the food that I buy and eat is fresh organic produce, I haven’t been to a McDonalds in a decade or something, AND I’M STILL FAT. Actually, I eat significantly healthier than the majority of my thin friends because I enjoy cooking more and was raised to be very conscious of the fuel that I put into my body. “HEALTH-CONSCIOUS BUT NOT SKINNY AS SHIT?! HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?!” you may be asking yourself. The answer, for the billionth fucking time, is that my body type is simply my body type. I look this way. It has no bearing on my health or my diet, just as someone who exists solely on pepperoni pizza but weighs 102 lbs isn’t healthy simply because they’re thin. Your waist may be tiny but your skull is fucking thick!
not to mention these are only so ~cheap~ because they’re on sale for a grand total of three days, and are apparently usually over double that sale price. so yeah, not so much, OP.