Proponents of taxing "bad" foods often justify their policies after complaining that food companies entice consumers to overconsume
by making unhealthy products too cheap.
Australia, said Zoe, its student representative, 'tends to overconsume
things' such as clothing, packaged food and electronic devices.
In addition, it's straightforward to overconsume
CBD oil, therefore it is very important to start out with a minimal dose, because it might take a couple of hours or longer time to begin to feel the effects after ingestion.
It raises the possibility that one could be liable for damages resulting from an employee voluntarily participating in after-hours social events and deciding to overconsume
"But if fat loss is your goal, it's also important to be cautious not to overconsume
, as this will outdo the calorie deficit you've created."
Why do citizens of rich countries overconsume
while citizens of poor countries struggle to meet daily subsistence needs?
Serve only beer and wine instead of hard alcohol, which is easier to overconsume
and seems to be at the root of many holiday party incidents.
Hens fed high [AME.sub.n] diet (i.e., 3,050 kcal/kg in the current experiment) tended to overconsume
energy with a positive effect on feed intake and feed conversion ratio but not in egg production and egg mass.
'If something is underpriced, wouldn't you most likely overconsume
While necessary in moderate amounts, most Americans overconsume
omega-6-rich foods, while they underconsume foods that provide EPA and DHA.
He says these highly-palatablefoods are easy to overconsume
and can wreak havoc on the body's digestive system, leading to vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, and stomach pain, as well as unintentional weight gain.