Inversely Proportional

In the year 1950, the average family in the U.S. spent only 3% of the household income on health care and a solid 22% on food. In 2010, health care expenditures had increased to 16% while the money spent on food had fallen to 7%.

Cheap food isn't cheap. If you don't pay for it now, you'll pay for it later.

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