buy from local farmers market reduce your carbon footprint.
If utilities cost less, it would be more of an incentive to cook @ home maybe? Not sure since people are willing to pay these high gas prices for convenience sake, running the roads.
Fruit and vegatables are a much healthier choice today~`
In reading the posts, it seems I am very lucky to have easy access to fresh healthy produce at my local grocery stores in Winter, and at the farmers stands and farmers markets in West Michigan in the summer. However, the cost of fresh fruit and fish is out of bounds for a lot people with tight budgets - the cost is just unaffordable for a lot of families.
McDonalds uses trans fat on it's french fries.
I eat high protein Kashi cereal for breakfast and generally make a smoothie for lunch then eat vegetables with chicken or turkey for supper, but sometimes it's just more convenient and satisfying to eat out
None of the obstacles listed above applies, except that Kashi products are too expensive.
I can't respond to this poll. None of the available responses is true for me.
Eating healthy is important to me and my kids we move around so much that we eat out a lot and its hard to find healthy food. Cooking and eating at home is ideal working at it.
I live in the southeast, so fried food is the big draw here for most people. You name it, and it gets fried in the southeast. With that in mind, being vegetarian is hard in some of the smaller, north Florida cities and towns, often even vegetables will have bits of fatty pork (think bacon) mixed in.