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Though the Barbero-Richardson experiment confirms the rise of a subset of the more beneficial extremes, the debate over the economics of food has only grown since — and despite deviations from the norms. We unequivocally recommend that all consumers of this table consume only small portions; decreasing the amount of healthily nourishing meals is likely to lead to greater consumption of nutrients that are unnecessary. As a societal default, we should stop sharing the survey results among all of our friends, family, and neighbors.
A look at the real payoffs — not the hope — from SNAP reductions is astonishing: