posted on Feb, 3 2008 @ 11:51 AM
I have reached that ripe old age where the doc wants me to get a colonoscopy, which is happening this Tuesday, and the instructions for the day before
demand that I use no Red dye at all. I started to look at labels out of curiosity as to how many contain red dye and other dyes and it is about
100%..almost. So many products are colored with chemical dyes that contain?what? Who knows, but it cannot be good, you know that.
The food in America is horrible: Unless a person really works at it, you cannot eat healthy anymore. Fast food is beyond discussion, it is so awful,
tasteless and cardboardy at best. Not real food. Restaurants serve the same crap we get from markets so thats no better. Health food stores are so
expensive that they are beyond the budget of most people, so they eat junk. But this fuels a vast health care industry, along with prisons the
hospitals are the biggest growth industries now!!
Lock 'em up for drug crimes, if the obey the rules and only use the Big Pharma drugs so their pals and pay off sources get a bite, then ake them
so ill thru lack of nutrition and health care in their youth that they need expensive treatments, which make even more professionals rich.
Remember when a doctor could do anything? Set a broken bone, stitch a cut, deliver a baby, operate on a gall bladder, etc. Now there is a specialist
for every category imaginable. There are four or five different kinds of dentists alone, with sub branches developing all the time. Only certain ones
will pull a tooth, others will never do a root canal, although it is as simple as drilling a hole and using a few instruments briefly. tghe there are
those that only do implants. Talk about an opportunity for the black ops boys to get people implanted: What could be better than' fixed' dental
implants?Hmm, maybe a new thread!!
Anyway, maybe an old fashioed cake would be more nutricious than most of the garbage that passes for food today. I splurge once a month and get
myself a filet mingnon, also called tenderloin, steak to enjoy. The cost now is around 16 dollars a pound..and that is sick. I recall it being 3.99 a
pound long ago, and there are more cows being killed and cosumed than ever before, and yet the price is out of sight. 20 bucks gets me two small
steaks for two meals and I enjoy it, but it makes it hard to justify when gas is also 3.50 a gallon and I have kids to feed as well...the crunch is