Invest in good health

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In this New York Times editorial Michael Pollan makes a point we touch on here: a lot of the health problems in the U.S. are preventable through diet, exercise, and avoidance of recreational drugs.

Pollan further underscores that the U.S. government's food policies facilitate bad nutrition by making junk food cheaper.

As individuals, we can pay more for good food now, or more for health care later. The latter plan is apt to create more suffering.

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