I do all my groceries with 2-3 baskets, carry it all out to my car in the bags, carry it all into the house in one trip heh (I do groceries once a month by the way) heh, so this is super funny to me because sometimes I feel like he looks by the time I make it to my car after having carried the stuff around the store too haha.
I keep a belt and some knee sleeves in my truck for this very purpose .
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Wow. I bet the corn flakes are fortified with iron.
In a related note, we skip the plastic bags and just put everything into banana boxes (which we reuse each week). So it's not logistically possible to carry all the stuff just because it's too bulky, even though it's not too heavy.
Disclaimer: I eat 'meat and vegetables' ala Primal, although I don't agree with the carb curve. I like the Perfect Health Diet a lot.
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I walk to the grocery store and back and I carry that much stuff at times, especially when the cottage cheese is 16oz for $1.99 at key foods...
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