Cheap is Not Affordable (Part 1): A Frugal Foodie Declaration of Freedom From Added Sugar

America, we have a problem…the good news is that there are solutions within reach.

The graph above (courtesy of the Rudd Center at Yale University) shows that as children get older, they consume three to five times more than the recommended daily limit of added sugar.  Excessive added sugar intake is just one contributing factor to the rising obesity epidemic in the U.S.  You think healthcare is expensive now?  Continue reading “Cheap is Not Affordable (Part 1): A Frugal Foodie Declaration of Freedom From Added Sugar”