The physical effects of the poor food choices induced by the often humble socioeconomic backgrounds of food stamp recipients and enhanced by the relatively lower cost and higher availability of high carbohydrate – low nutritional value food items when compared to higher quality foods. These physical effects are typically manifested in the form of high body math index (BMI) and apparent low physical fitness, as indicated by a slow unsteady walk, loud breathing, and poor dental health. These physical effects frequently appear to be accompanied by ill temper, a lack of ambition, and an unexplained desire to wear over-sized worn-out t-shirts.
Typical case of food stamp poisoning:
“Help your Momma bring in them groceries, Young Ones. I hear her huffing up the walk. You know she can't make it up them porch steps with them big bags of chips and soda pop she done got us for supper.”