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February 23, 2006


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I am not overweight, and I eat more than most of the obese people that I know. My health costs do tend to be low, however...

Totally agree. One of the reasons for rising healthcare costs in our nation is the expanding waistline and the heart attacks it causes (among other things).

Be healthy and save money!

It's not even just the quantity of food that you buy. Have you noticed that whole grains and vegetables tend to be very inexpensive. Of course, the 28% fat ground beef is cheaper than the 8% lean ground beef, but keep that stuff to a minimum, and include more veges in the diet and it will benefit both your waist line and bottom line.

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