OPEN NEW TAB TO HEAR ONLY!
It’s a very sad commentary on the American way of life.. Those fortunate enough to reside here in the U.S.A. We have the best supermarkets than any country on Earth.. Our meat and produce supply is unlimited. However it’s not the high Fructose Cornell Syrup that’s doing us all in.. Its the amount of unnecessary garbage that we are consuming.
When I was Growing up in the 1950″s you were lucky if you had 10 varieties of breakfast cereal on the grocers shelves.. Today the supply tremendous, one can go to any supermarket and you’ll see an entire row dedicated to just breakfast cereal. Bakery products that’s another culprit. Every supermarket has its own fresh bakery on premises.. Plus the pre made package cakes cookies and donuts the amount of shelf space that they get us staggering.
The potato chip isle is another one of the culprits it extends from here to next week. When I was Growing up we were a family of four and we only had a quart bottle of soda between us four at the supper table..and there as still some left over, today people are drinking soda like crazy. The amount and variety of restaurants and eateries is staggering.. America is the culinary capital ON Earth.. No other NATION has the amount of different ethnic restaurants than in the America. I get highly annoyed when someone from another nation comes to America and some putz takes them to a Mc Donalds to show off American food. The amount of all your can eat buffets are just unbelievable.. What a concept “all you can eat” you’ll find it nowhere but here.
All the exercise at the gym doesn’t men squat.. No body growing up everybody plays ball anymore today. When I was Growing up everyone played ball or some street or sand lot sport of some kind. Today nobody puts down their smart phone.. You wanna loose weight then you have to one important exercise…
PUSH YOURSELF AWAY FROM THE TABLE!
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