In the first few years after the Great Recession, Americans seemed more and more content with their life.
But in the aftermath of the financial crisis, the economy has been going downhill ever since.
People have lost jobs, the stock market has tanked, and the U.S. unemployment rate has been at or near its highest point since the Great Depression.
Many people in the United States now have a very hard time buying food.
In some places, food insecurity is a reality.
In others, it’s not.
In a recent survey conducted by the Center for American Progress, one in four Americans who say they are food insecure said they had recently been unable to buy food for the last six months.
The survey asked respondents if they have ever been able to find a good source of food.
About half said yes, and nearly three-quarters said they would not be able to buy a good meal without a financial hardship.
And, of course, there are also a number of people who have never been able or unwilling to purchase food at all.
According to a recent report by the Federal Reserve, more than 1.1 million people are currently living in households that are in poverty.
That number includes an estimated 1.2 million children in the household, and more than 400,000 people who live below the poverty line.
Many of these people have been living with the threat of food insecurity for years.
For many of them, it has meant food insecurity and a sense of hopelessness.
And that’s only part of the story.
There are other people who are also living with food insecurity.
Some of them have become food insecure for a number to different reasons, including because they have been struggling financially, have had health issues, or are working part-time jobs that don’t provide enough money for food.
For others, food is a daily necessity.
For them, the food insecurity has become a permanent and permanent condition.
And for some, it might even be the reason they are in such dire financial straits.
“I think a lot of people in this country are living with a food insecurity,” says Rachel Bostwick, a nutrition policy researcher at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
“For them, they don’t have the option to eat food that’s cheap, healthy, and fresh, because they can’t afford it.”
Food insecurity can have a huge impact on people’s mental health.
According of a recent study by the Pew Research Center, a majority of Americans report feeling “food insecure,” meaning they feel like they’re not getting enough quality food or fresh fruits and vegetables.
And the percentage of people living in food-insecure households is on the rise.
As of 2013, food-insufficient households comprised 20.3 percent of the U,S.
That’s an increase of more than 500,000 households since 2000.
“People are living in a food-poor environment in the U,” Bost, who also works at the Center, told National Review.
“That’s really a very big problem.”
People are living at a disadvantage when it comes to getting healthy food.
According, to the Center’s research, a healthy diet is essential for the proper functioning of the immune system, as well as the body’s metabolism, digestion, and hormone levels.
In addition, healthy food, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, whole grains, beans, and whole grains fortified with vitamins and minerals, and fortified with B vitamins and vitamin E, helps the body to absorb and use nutrients.
The problem with not having access to fresh food is that people who cannot afford it are often put at a competitive disadvantage.
“It is really a challenge for them to make sure they have healthy food and fresh food,” Bessick says.
“They have a really hard time.
They have to decide between eating something healthy, which they’re going to have to do on a daily basis, or eating something unhealthy, which might be something they don