Usually there's lots of depressing stuff happening. Which means we need a break from it all.
With that in mind, here's a question. If health food is so good for you, then why is it twice as expensive? Sometimes up to five times. Example: peanut butter for $10 a jar.
If they think there's a market for this, then why are they advertising to many people that they know can't afford this?
The answer? They're probably owned by a global food megacorporation. The idea is to get you to buy health food. Then you see the prices. You get depressed and buy junk food. And this corporation is making all the profit.
Sounds like a global conspiracy to me. Does Ron Paul have any connection with this?