Once the general public begins to notice how rampant the inflation has become, it will not subside. Everyone has noticed at this point, and there is no chance inflation will fade anytime soon.

Massive spending packages, which will require massive fiat currency creation, will only add to the problem. Those hit hardest are going to be those on the lower rungs of the financial tier and we should all know that by now. But far too many people I see and talk to are all to willing to sacrifice their health and wellbeing for some of that excessively created fiat currency.

We can base a lot on pure observation.

Just a few days ago, I went to the grocery store. While the first noticeable difference was what I was purchasing compared to most other shoppers, the second was the price. Carts full of TV dinners, chips, and several 2-liter bottles of soda, candy, and packaged snacks were all around. These people were paying around $100 for almost full carts of this stuff. After buying organic vegetables, a few bananas, and some fresh herbs, and a few pounds of organic chicken. My cost was $63. What I had barely filled a basket. This is a trip I make often and I paid about $25 more than I would have just a year and half ago.

Can the people who purchased prepacked meals say the same? Probably. But did they notice? Or did they get lower quality food? Inflation has a sneaky way of making us care less about what we consume because costs, unfortunately, matter to most of the people living in the United States. We are being charged more and more to eat right and do the right thing.

While we should never tax or try to regulate people into a healthy lifestyle because liberty trumps all else, inflation is doing it for us. That’s why it’s often called “the invisible tax.” But this inflation is having the opposite effect. People are buying lower quality processed foods with little or no nutritional value.

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    Even the few people I ran into that are “stockpiling” food for the food shortages and to hedge against inflation, are stocking up on processed foods, like boxes of ready made meals like macaroni and cheese. I get it. Money is an issue. But is your health not an issue?

    While we are constantly seeing news that we are living through a raging pandemic, is the right thing to do to lower the quality of what you are consuming to make up the price difference? Personally, I say no. Cut elsewhere. Sell items you no longer use. Give up cable TV and use a streaming service. Grow some food yourself.

    There are many ways to hedge against inflation that do not require you put your health on the line. If they news is correct and this pandemic is only getting worse for the remainder of history, why wouldn’t you take action to make sure you give yourself the upper hand in fighting it, and figure out how to deal with the inflation in other areas of your life?

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