Unformatted text preview: Dutan more enticing for tourism. In addressing the issue of poor eating habits, consider a family on a budget of $50 grocery money for two weeks: as it is now in Dutan, such a budget would produce a cart full of hot dogs, cereal, and a full assortment of similar foods full of saturated fat, sugar and very little nutrition. A family with healthy aspirations would be able to purchase very little produce, dairy and meat and would ultimately go hungry a few days later. We cannot continue to allow the healthy goal to be the expensive one. By heavily taxing “fast food” and high fractious corn syrup we shift the demand curve to the healthy alternative and when demand is up, suppliers will respond and generate nutritious food at a lower cost. This is just a kind of summary of what I took away from the other night………. . see you later....
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- Summer '08
- Nutrition, bad eating habits, overall health, Dutan citizens, Dutan