Those articals also don’t take into account the context of [some, not all] European diets. In places where food is treated as a sacred social activity and you get an hour or more to eat lunch, it’s easier to make healthier choices. And you go out to eat and chill and bond with your friends and family, or laze around a park, even during work lunch breaks. In the places where people are healthiest, scarfing down something from the microwave in the back room while your boss breathes down your neck on your 15 minute non-break would be outrageous. Having no time or energy to prepare dinner or relax because you’re so overworked is significantly rarer.
A glass of red wine is good for you, but probably not as important as the fact you get hours to appreciate it in the company of other people.
It’s universal healthcare and worker’s rights and just valuing human life in general
found @ 25 likes ON 2019-11-26 09:41:07 BY ME.ME