There are just so many options out there when it comes to food. You can leave your own property and go to your favorite Italian restaurant for some old fashioned pasta such as fettuccine alfredo, if that's your favorite. Or you can go to the nearest grocery store by your home and buy some ingredients to make your own meals at home. Or buy some pre-made meals if you don't know how to cook. While there you can even sneak yourself at chocolate bar, such as a Mars or Snickers bar, while waiting in line.
Then there's always the option of fast food. So many people don't have the time to cook, for themselves or their family members, that they spend a lot of money and time eating in or out at places like McDonald's. No matter how much they complain about how bad the food that they are eating is or how sick their stomachs are after eating fast food by their home, they keep going back for more. Why? Mainly because it's so cheap and quick.
If you are one of those people who thinks they don't have the time to make fresh, healthy and delicious meals at home, you're dead wrong. You do have the time. You just have to make it. Who says you can't eat fresh fruits or vegetables all the time? Not just when they're in season at the grocery store. One method of combating fast food stomach is by growing your own garden in your backyard, if you have the room. If not, you can look into starting a community garden with your neighbors.
You can grow your own garden. You really can. You just have to want to do it. Just think how awesome it would be to have fresh tomatoes, planted with your own gardening hand tools, from your own fresh garden, to make fresh tomato sauce for your pasta? Everything fresh tastes so much better than anything processed. It just does. Whatever fruits and vegetables you like, you can grow in your own garden. Depending on the climate you live in, of course. Think about it. Fresh carrots, lettuce, peppers, apples, grapes, cherries, etc. Just so much fresh food! You would never have to use your sewage disposal system to get rid of leftover, greasy French fries ever again!
It doesn't take that much to start your own garden. You can even just start with one plant for now. Or buy a couple of seed packages at your local organic foods store. Just something a little simple and basic to get your started. Once you start, and especially after you take that first bite out of a carrot you grew yourself, you'll be hooked.