Eat to live….not vice versa!

Fluoride is bad for you??

Sugar may be root of panic attacks!

MSG and Obesity
MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) and Fibromyalgia?
Chewing gum will raise your metabolism, according to the New England Jornal of Medicine. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minn, found people burned 11 more calories per hour, on average, while chewing gum.

Become healthier, more focused, calmer

Fructose and the link to bone fragility, anemia, defects of the connective tissue, arteries, and bone, infertility, heart arrhythmias, high cholesterol levels, heart attacks, and an inability to control blood sugar levels, elevated blood cholesterol, weight gain. Fructose can be found in find frozen canned orange juice, grapefruit juice, bottles of cranberry juice that do not have high fructose corn syrup or sweeteners….even barbecue sauce bottle, spaghetti sauce and lots of other things do have it. Fructose


Stress – stay away from caffeine
(it “ages” you and slows your metabolism so you gain weight -In high doses, caffeine can cause:Rapid heartbeat,Irritability,Insomnia,Anxiety and nervousness, Dehydration from diuresis (that irksome need to pee in large, quantities) indigestion, lack of concentration, muscle twitching.

See also how B vitamins can help


Walking to: help lose weight, prevent or control diabetes, strengthens bones, lower blood pressure and “bad cholesterol” levels, reduce heart attack and stroke risk, cut the odds of developing breast cancer, fend off depression and anxiety.

Google Mountain Dew Mouth and Flouride.

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