Let it Rupp wrote:
Taking 30-60 minutes and doing some running/calisthenics at home literally costs nothing, I'm not sure how that's commodified. Also, the idea that eating healthy is more expensive is a myth purported by fat and lazy people. Plus the ensuing health bills add up pretty quick.
True. I have always exercised well, but since going from a model "Mediterranean style" diet which emphasized whole foods plant based to nothing but meat, fish (mostly canned sardines) eggs and butter, my grocery bill has dropped by 20-25%, and I haven't had the need for a doctor in eight years, and no more dental work to be done. I am literally saving thousands of dollars a year, improving my fitness age 64, am many times healthier day-to-day and have the energy to deal with any adversity coming my way. It is sad to see people with obvious health conditions loading their carts with overpriced carbo-crap and oily junk as they wear the Mask of Shame even while driving away alone in their cars. Society has lost it's way and it's marbles with it.