Are You Ever Hungry?
This question is for working or disabled people in the U.S. Even though you work, or receive some type of assistance, do you go without food for bills, or to make sure others in your home are able to eat?
Even though I do not live in the US,there are times when I eat less or skip meals to save some extra money for my family.It also helps maintaining a healthy weight.
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