Did you know potassium bromate,
found in flour, causes cancer in rats and since most people (or a
heckuva lot of them) are rats, they might get cancer too from
potassium bromate. Cooking flour is supposed to get rid of the
potassium bromate, but it doesn't always. So be sure to read the
label. I know, I know, content labels are always so microscopically
small they can't be read except by the most powerful magnifying
glasses, but it's your responsibility to always be prepared.
Remember your high school Latin: semper paratus, Always ready.
had a bad habit of never taking my reading glasses to the
supermarket, like entering a dark cellar without a flashlight. I
drank a pint of strawberry milk every day. Then I wore my glasses
one day and could read the label. Instead of drinking 3 grams of
sugar, I had been downing 30 grams daily. Almost a death sentence
for a diabetic. Who knows what perils wait on the shelves of grocery
stores? May be genetically modified foods. And no one knows what
they may be allergic to until they eat it. Peanut butter, one of the
yummiest and healthiest foods on earth, kills some people.
guess you've noticed how many health foods there are on the shelves
and behind glass doors of today's supermarkets. Most of which are
Asian. And nearly all of which contains soy or teriyaki (a soy
preparation) Soy produces estrogen, the female hormone. I wondered
why so many men these days have boobs the size of Dolly Parton.
You can't be too careful. The Green Zone in Baghdad isn't safe.
Neither is the Green Zone (vegetable aisle) in supermarkets. Our
vegetables are picked (handled) by workers from third world
countries who don't wash their hands after using the potty. What to
do? Sing-along with me the Hee Haw theme song: "Gloom,
despair and agony on me..."