Singletary cites major statistics on obesity within the book’s context: better eating means good news for your health physically & financially.
It’s a familiar theory. But Singletary describes a financial tool from the book called the Money Calorie Counter. How many calories annually to you ingest from sassy coffee drinks? And how much could you gain in savings by not buying that designer caffeine?
I’d like to read more on how Rich and Thin authors Deborah McNaughton & Melinda Weinstein address these questions.
Thanks to poet & pal Mary Fumento for the tip.
- CNN & obesity’s fiscal threat;
- Science News says, with regretful irony, “that healthier foods tend to cost dramatically more than the unhealthy ones.” See more of their research.