Poorfags gonna poor
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>Ten University of Houston nutrition students wanted to find out just how challenging it is, FOX's Chris Stipes reported.
They took the "food stamp challenge," led by Daphne Hernandez, health and human performance assistant professor.
They each got just $25 to buy a week's worth of groceries.
That's what the average participant gets under SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, about $1.50 per meal.
They wanted to see if they could still meet government recommended nutrition guidelines.
Even with help from a registered dietitian they could not.
Your move /ck/