I agree to the extent that you are describing the other half of the poverty issue. I believe for a variety of reasons that a libertarian society is only achievable and able to exist within our own borders which of course would be without labor or trade protectionism.
Carbs can be vegetables or they can be cookies and soda pop. If you're talking about the latter, then I would agree.
I used to love meat and I used to always say "I could never be a vegetarian or vegan" ... but now I honestly don't see any benefit to eating meat*, but a lot of reasons not to.
*apart from maybe the temporary pleasure to the tastebuds.
Out of Silicon Valley, supports Johnson and holds the position below on immigration. No thanks, "open borders", importation of H-1B's, managed trade policies and their types need to be relegated to the dustbin of history.
A low-carb diet increases overall mortality. (That includes death from cancer.)
Also, low-carb diets lead to impaired blood flow through the coronary artery.
Her immigration and trade policies cater to the elites while effecting the poorest among us the most. Yet the poor of all races will line up to vote for her thinking she is for them - the working man,. With the vast wealth in this country creating a glut of workers through immigration while driving down wages and policies that spark companies to move factories overseas to benefit from child and slave labor is unnecessary. It is immoral and it is the most disgusting scam on the poor in American history.