To find our mission, we must think about where a poor diet, little sleep, and no exercise lead. People who engage in these behaviors make themselves and their families miserable in the near term. They fail to become a function which ever produces positive outcomes. Eventually, they bring an illness onto themselves which forces others to take care of them. Those who refuse to take the actions of creating a clean diet, great sleep, and adequate exercise are not just stupid; they’re downright selfish.
The machismo of competing on who can get by on less sleep is a fools’ game. It’s especially deceiving because most of the harm from sleep deprivation doesn’t show up until later in life. Sleep deprivation is selfish because the illnesses it creates often have to be handled (and paid for) by the victim’s family and children.
…, and I mean all, would’ve claimed ‘No-Sugar-Added’ on front of pack and then added FOS (or Fructo-Oligosaccharides) and hidden it in the ingredient list. On the front, they would’ve mentioned the same FOS as ‘10gm Dietary Fibre/ Pre-Biotic Fibre’.