I think it is
possible to maintain a healthy diet on food stamps as long as you put in the
effort to plan ahead of time. By this I mean, taking time to base your meals
around locally grown and or organic fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans,
nuts, seeds, and if you are not a vegan or vegetarian, buying grass fed meats
along with wild caught fish. It is important to become a label reader and be
aware of what goes in our bodies. So many of our foods are GMO's, full of
sodium, high fructose corn syrup and other harmful additives and preservatives.
I know this can be an inconvenience to some who are just use to going to the
store and picking out whatever because of time constraints but in the long run
it pays.Throughout my life at various times, I have used food stamps to fed my
family and I maintained a very healthy diet. Spending time to be an informed
consumer beats sitting in the doctors' office for hours waiting to find out
what is wrong with us. I am not against doctors just painting a parallel.
Hippocrates, often called the father of medicine said,"Let food be your
medicine and medicine be your food."