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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

The downside of being shy is that people misjudge you as thinking you’re better than others just because you’re quiet. 91% people skip the first slice of bread, just because it’s ugly. Popcorn is by far the healthiest snack. It builds bone, muscle, tissue, aids digestion, and is good for the teeth. Generally, you should never forget what a person says to you when angry because that’s when the truth finally comes out. According to a study, wishing someone luck…

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Study: Fructose Can Lead to Overeating

Study: Fructose Can Lead to Overeating

Delia Quigley     January 8, 2013 In the quest to discover the cause for obesity in America, medical scientists are turning to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to better understand how the brain reacts to certain sugars. In a recent study published in the January issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), a team of scientists at the Yale University School of Medicine enlisted 20 adults who were each given 75g of pure glucose and another time…

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7 Foods Experts Won’t Eat

7 Foods Experts Won’t Eat

1. GMO FOODS (Any of them) The Expert: Jeffrey Smith, author of Seeds of Deception and founder of Institute for Responsible Technology The Situation: GMO foods encourage the massive spraying of herbicides on our topsoils, polluting the ground, waterways, animals and humans. Scientific studies have shown the RoundUp Ready genes in GMOfoods to transfer to our intestinal flora and the pesticide producing genes, called Bt-toxins, to be present in both unborn fetuses and their mothers. In short, GMO foods pollute our environment and out bodies. No long term health…

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Buttered Popcorn Flavoring Linked to Alzheimer’s

Buttered Popcorn Flavoring Linked to Alzheimer’s

Diacetyl in Butter Flavoring, Beverages May Build Brain Plaque By Daniel J. DeNoon     Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD      WebMD Health NewsAug. 8, 2012 – The flavorant that adds buttery taste to foods and a smooth feel to beverages may also trigger Alzheimer’s disease, new studies suggest. The flavorant, diacetyl, already is linked to lung damage in people who work in microwave popcorn factories. This led many microwave popcorn makers to stop using diacetyl in their products. But now other workers exposed…

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