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Re: BP: Because Eyeless Shrimp Are, Y'know, Healthy And Stuff

Yemaya ·
You know, I have been avoiding sea food like the plague. I think as time goes on we will find out that our food sources have all been altered for the detriment of our health.
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Re: BP: Because Eyeless Shrimp Are, Y'know, Healthy And Stuff

sunnubian ·
And you can't get that message out the Black people to save your life. The American food supply is probably about 80% poisonous, between the pesticides, man-made chemicals, feeding livestock penicillin, animal hormones, pesticides and foods that the animals do not naturally eat (remember mad-cow disease happened because they actually were feeding cows that are herbivores meat products). Not to mention how the our politicians and the supreme court have made it were food producers do not have...
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Re: BP: Because Eyeless Shrimp Are, Y'know, Healthy And Stuff

Kocolicious ·
You are soooooooo right Sista Sunnubian. I live in Cali where the fruit and nut trees are a finger tip away. I eat fruit from my backyard, peaches, apples, avocados, oranges and lemons. Some of these items in the grocery stores are not as fresh or ripe as they advertise. I did have a bad experience with salmon. This was due to laziness....I just didn't feel like driving...since the gas prices were at one time $4.79 a gallon...but! I'mma gonna have to suck it up and go where the freshest of...
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BP: Because Eyeless Shrimp Are, Y'know, Healthy And Stuff

sunnubian ·
BP: Because Eyeless Shrimp Are, Y'know, Healthy And Stuff Posted on June 27, 2012 by Brandon Share this now! The best PR spoof we’ve seen in a long time. Note: THIS IS SATIRE! Found on TheSecondCityNetwork’s YouTube channel . Originally submitted by Brandon W.
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Walking on Water: Walk and Hydrate Your Way Into a Healthier 2018

sunnubian ·
NEW GROWTH Walking on Water: Walk and Hydrate Your Way Into a Healthier 2018 Veronica Webb Today 9:00am Filed to: #TRANSFORMATIONTUESDAY 604 4 iStock It’s a new year, and none of my pants fit. You can still see the story of 2017 writ large on my hips and thighs: I stress-ate and binged-watched Netflix my way through the inauguration, a move to a new apartment, the loss of a father figure , seeing two of my four kids through both high school and college admissions tests and being part of...
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Re: READ WITH CAUTION AND SKEPTICISM

Kocolicious ·
BULL...SHYTE!!!! Genetics? We can talk genetics...but! I won't. I'll just say....they can miss me with that bullshyte. Liars! They also said that we were subhumans too. So no form of research on us will EVER convince me they are telling the truth. They have experimented on us tooooooooo focking long for me to believe a damn thang they say. Who am I to believe them who have made billions on us? Or......my lying po' eyes? But!
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Re: Michelle Obama Promotes Healthy Eating with ‘Turnip, for What?’

Kocolicious ·
Old schoolers KNOW that turnip greens are GOOD for you. I rather have turnip grrens and mustard greens than collard greens-too harsh. It is these NEW generation of processed food eaters who CAN'T understand the purpose of consuming REAL FOOD from the ground oppose to FAKE FOOD from the mad scientist lab. Is why most of our youth are overweight and/or AGGRESSIVE without tangible goals and vision. They rather eat a piece of cardboard sprinkled with artifical[sp] sugar i.e. frutose than to eat...
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Michelle Obama Promotes Healthy Eating with ‘Turnip, for What?’

sunnubian ·
Michelle Obama Promotes Healthy Eating with ‘Turnip, for What?’ October 16, 2014 | Posted by Megan Reed Tagged With: healthy eating , Her Side , Michelle Obama , Turnip For What , vine First lady Michelle Obama channeled rapper Lil Jon in her latest push to promote healthy eating, taking his hit Turn Down for What and putting a green spin on it. In a Vine posted by the White House on Tuesday night, the first lady asks, “turnip, for what?” The Vine was a response to Vine user Alphacat, who —...
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Help kids get access to healthy foods by supporting the Mind Gardens project

sunnubian ·
Help kids get access to healthy foods by supporting the Mind Gardens project November 9 · Invite Friends · Every child should have access to healthy fruits and vegetables. With this belief, Snoop Lion (Snoop Dogg) started the Mind Gardens project, a new nonprofit dedicated to building community gardens in impoverished neighborhoods. Supporting Mind Gardens isn’t about donating money; it’s about donating your voice. Show your commitment to spreading the word by clicking the green pledge...
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READ WITH CAUTION AND SKEPTICISM

sunnubian ·
Obesity Gene Identified in People of African Descent Sigourney Nuñez 6 hours ago New study discovers three unique gene variants that influence body size and obesity. African American women have the highest rates of being overweight or obese compared to other groups in the country, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and a new study revealed it may be due to genetics. The study, conducted by Dartmouth’s Institute for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences and the Center...
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Studies show a staggering decline in the nutrient value of food that is conventionally grown in the United States

sunnubian ·
The Declining Nutrient Value of Food Studies show a staggering decline in the nutrient value of food that is conventionally grown in the United States, which could result in widespread dietary deficiencies. An editorial from MOTHER EARTH NEWS 60 5 Enlarge Image Image Gallery Conventionally grown cornmeal contains significantly fewer nutrients than an heirloom variety. CHART: NATE SKOW <fieldset><legend>Article Tools</legend> Image Gallery Print E-mail Comments RSS...
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Re: House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore

Kocolicious ·
Bottom line: Money over the health of our children. I think we should go back to days when I was a kid and there were cafeteria workers in the kitchen COOKING the food. They wore hairnets on their pressed hair and aprons around their waists. They served food twice a day: Nutrition and Lunch..with lunch being a new addition cuz I used to bring a paper bag filled with a peanut butter sandwich, apple or banana and a cookie. Some times I used my dad's lunch pail so I could carry milk or...
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Re: House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Bottom line: Money over the health of our children. .............................................................................................. We need to be very clear on this. Humans are livestock farmed for their energy and their money by the rulers. Democracy does not change the will of the rulers.Money and power are the only values in the wasteland. Genocide too is allowed. From how we treat farm animals to humans, as Jesus said . . . how you treat...
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Re: House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore

sunnubian ·
Re: House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore
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Re: House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore

Kocolicious ·
Brotha DK wrote: We need to be very clear on this. Humans are livestock farmed for their energy and their money by the rulers. Democracy does not change the will of the rulers.Money and power are the only values in the wasteland. Genocide too is allowed. From how we treat farm animals to humans, as Jesus said . . . how you treat the least of me is how you treat God. Not talking about some church . . . The just man rages in the wilderness. It is unfortunate that Jesus didn't MENTION...
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House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore

sunnubian ·
House Passes Legislation on School Meals: They Don’t Have to be Healthy Anymore In a 31 to 18 vote, the House Appropriations Committee voted yesterday in favor of an agriculture budget bill, with $21 billion marked for child nutrition, that will allow schools to opt out of the nutritional guidelines for school meals passed by the White House in 2012. The rules passed by the Obama administration in 2012 included the addition of more fresh fruits and vegetables in school meals, along with...
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New Year’s Day Farm Bill Extension a Giant Step Backward

sunnubian ·
January 2, 2013 New Year’s Day Farm Bill Extension a Giant Step Backward Prior Senate Gains for Healthy Food and Farms Lost Out to Big Ag Subsidies WASHINGTON (January 2, 2013) – Having failed throughout 2012 to complete a much-needed overhaul of federal farm programs, Congress wrapped a one-year extension of selected 2008 Farm Bill provisions into its 11th hour ‘fiscal cliff’ deal late last night. This move short-changed American farmers and consumers, according to Justin Tatham, senior...
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