You might be tempted to eat Western food, but if you don’t know what you’re eating, you might just be wasting your money.
We spoke to Dr. William Smith, an associate professor at the University of Toronto, to see how to avoid the pitfalls.
Smith told us that a lot of Westerners eat Western foods for many reasons.
They think they’re the only ones that can afford it.
But if you look at the food pyramid in Western countries, it doesn’t look very appealing.
And so they tend to buy more Western foods.
That’s not what you should be doing.
Smith said, “There’s been a lot written about this, and a lot more research, and the evidence points to Western foods being more expensive.
The price difference between Western and non-Western food is probably somewhere between 20 to 40 percent.
So it’s not just Western food that’s expensive, but it’s Western food as well.”
So, what’s the problem?
Well, it’s really hard to know.
Smith said, the evidence is clear that eating Western foods has a negative effect on the human body.
For example, he said, eating a Western diet can increase your risk of getting type 2 diabetes.
So the effect is not just on your body, but on your mind.
You can read more about this from Dr. Smith here.
But, if you’re in the middle of a Western food-a-day, you’re probably going to find a lot you don,t like.
That can be bad news for you.
And, of course, there’s plenty of Western food to choose from.
So what should you be eating?
Well, if your goal is to eat more Western food (and, by extension, less Western) and save money, then a good place to start would be to choose a more expensive Western food.
There are a few Western foods that are relatively cheap compared to the more expensive ones.
For instance, many Westerners buy chicken, which is usually more expensive than beef.
And then there are a lot cheaper foods, like beans and rice, which are often cheaper than steak.
The most important thing is to try to eat less Western foods, because that’s where your healthiest food comes from.
If you’re not sure which foods are best for you, check out Dr. Paul Offit’s post on eating a healthier Western diet.
Dr. Smith told us, there are some good reasons for not eating Western food: They’re often low in nutrients.
For a few examples, some of the foods in the Western food pyramid include breads, cereals, breads and pastas, pasta, potatoes, eggs, dairy products, fruits and vegetables, meats and seafood.
If that’s not enough, Dr. David Katz, a nutritionist at New York University and a clinical nutritionist, told us a study showed that Western diets are actually less healthful than those of the Chinese and Indian cultures.
In fact, Dr Katz said, Western diets in general are less healthy than those in the Asian and African cultures.
What can you do to cut the Western diet down?
The simplest way is to avoid Western food entirely.
It’s not a simple thing, because there are plenty of foods that people would actually prefer to eat that are cheaper.
For one thing, you can skip grains, beans, rice and other grains, because they tend not to be a good source of fibre.
You can also eat fewer fruits and veggies, which tend to contain lots of calories.
The second thing is just to make sure you don.t eat Western meat.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends against eating any meat at all.
You could eat a lot less red meat and red meat substitutes, which would make sense if you were cutting down on meat consumption.
You’d also avoid processed meat products, like processed cheese, sausages and salami.
If all else fails, there may be other things you can try.
There is a wealth of information on reducing your Western diet by following a plant-based diet.
The National Academy of Sciences says that you should eat a diet rich in plant foods, especially beans, legumes, nuts, seeds and leafy greens.
Smith also recommends avoiding sugar, salt, processed dairy products and trans fats.
For more, see The 5 Most Dangerous Foods in Western Society, and How to Get Rid of Them.