Ever heard of the proverb: “Poverty is no sin”?. Mankind from all centuries have sought the possibility of trying to emulate themselves over others.

Some fancy the idea that we are simply creatures enslaved by the sole illusion of trying to strive after vanity and materialistic realization.

Even today, with all the modern advocates trying to fight against inequality and the establishment of a societal precariat, they still have an agenda fueled by conceited thoughts of maintaining power, because their ideals are righteous.

After all, maybe poverty has become a sin today, or has it always been? Simply put, maybe humans have just become smarter of masking their real intentions with a concealed facade through the perpetrated lies?

In hindsight, proper consumption of healthy food is essential regarding every neurological theory of increasing the individuals learning ability.

Because some people are suffering from destitution, it can lead to constant purchase of food containing low amount of proper nutrition, which subsequently will lead to a decreasing amount of incentive showcased by a poor individual, who initially wants to escape the poor circumstances from their daily life but is chained by poverty through its cynical lock.

Besides food having a correlation to the proper utilization of learning, it can also have substantial effect for someone’s health deteriorating.

That is common, but it is not common when the usage of low nutritious food becomes a solution, because the disposable income is not enough for the necessary food.

That itself will have a deteriorating effect on society, when poverty is a rising phenomenon among the population following the current years.

I previously mentioned before that a substance such as food is perceived as something trite.

On the contrary, even though the UK is committed to treaties and regulations issued by the UN, our country cannot even ensure a fundamental right like consumption of food.

Studies showcases that UK’s largest national food bank charity, the Trussell Trust, have documented a 5,146 percent rise in emergency food being distributed through the decade 2008 to 2010, and the rise continues its exponential run.