demi wrote:It's also possible that the animals living in close proximity to humans are gaining weight due to scavenging off the copious amounts human waste, raiding bins, being fed and steeling food ect .
We should be weighing the urban foxes
Millymollymandy wrote:Bloody smilies, always being used. I hate them and they should be banned.
No I won't use a smiley because I've decided to turn into Boboff, as he's turned all nice all of a sudden. Grumble grumble.
boboff wrote:Those are all true jerry.
However it does take a bit of care, take frozen chips as a case in point. 89p for 2 kilos in Morrisons, 3% fat, no other added ingredients, it's a "healthy" starch for 44p a kilo. White rice is 40p for a kilo, again low fat.
Minced Welsh Lean beef in Waitrose £18 a kilo, 17% fat.
With "Fresh" potatoes going up starkly in price (60p a kilo versus 28p a year ago) you do have to budget with some sence.
diggernotdreamer wrote:my weekly shop (excluding milk and bread as i buy these as and when) was £30 a week for two. some weeks i can just about scrape by with £30 but to give the boy fresh fruit and veg daily i sometimes need nearly double that now. thankfully ive persuaded him a fresh carrot is just like eating an apple!
Berry, I am quite distressed reading your post, my daughter gets vouchers for her kids which she redeems for fruit and veg onl and I think she gets milk tokens too, are you not eligible for this kind of thing? it seems really awful that in this day and age, people are struggling so hard to afford to eat properly. Seems to be the people who need the most help never get it, after reading about these people who come to the UK and milk to benefits system by inventing a 100 children and buying property with the proceeds and all the prescription medicines they are getting and flogging as well.
I wish you well with your business xx Lyn
oldjerry wrote:I'd agree with all that(though I think it's a bit condescending,well wrong actually,to suggest that this is mainly a problem for the low paid.)
GeorgeSalt wrote:Obesity is not mainly a problem for the low paid, but for they are the ones for whom it may not be elective and where society has a greater responsibility to help.
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