Despite some pretty valiant efforts to provide the highest-quality foods to the communities that need it most, studies show that the nutritional gap in America continues to grow. That is to say that rich are not only eating “better” but they are eating “better foods” than people in the lower income brackets. This has been observed and analyzed in a rather large study through the Harvard School of Public Health.
The study looked at 29,124 Americans over the past 10 years. Scientists studied dietary trends and noticed that the quality of diet has improved greatly among people of the higher socioeconomic groups and alternately deteriorating among the lower socioeconomic groups. To put it succinctly, the nutri...
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