commod bod
 n.— «She also blamed the federal commodity program for low-income people that many American Indian families receive. The offerings include lots of pastas, rice and other high-carbohydrate foods that contribute to what Burger said is often called a “commod bod.” “When that’s the predominant dietary base in a household without access to fresh fruits and vegetables, that really creates a better chance of a person becoming obese,” she said.» —“Among 4-year-olds, 1 in 5 obese, study finds” by Lindsey Tanner in Chicago Associated Press Apr. 6, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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