Brazilian doctors can use inflation as an argument to convince their clients to walk or cycle more, avoid refined sugar and reduce coffee consumption.

With the 52.77% increase in fuel prices in the last 12 months, according to data from the IPCA (Broad Consumer Price Index) for November , consumers do not even need much encouragement to be convinced to leave their car in the parking lot.

In Brazil, ground coffee rose 41.52% in one year, 6.87% in November alone. Refined sugar has soared 51.38% since the end of last year (3.23% in the last month).

Residential property prices rise by up to 20% in one year The data were released on Friday (10) by the IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics).

In relation to sugar, it is not compensating or seeking healthier types. The crystal type had an increase of 40.0%, and the demerara, of 28.16%, rates well above the 12-month inflation registered by the IPCA, of 10.74%.

Commuting on foot, by bicycle, skateboard or scooter (not the electric one) are ways to make your body and monthly bills leaner. Vehicle fuels rose 52.77% in 12 months, with the highlights being ethanol (69.40%) and gasoline (50.38%).

Depending on the region of the country, the situation is even worse when it comes to refueling the car. In the Federal District, ethanol was 76.68% more expensive in the period, and gasoline, 59.31%. In both cases, they were the biggest variations in Braz

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