Healthy Lifestyle, Dr Stephaniee Shelburne

  • Over the past decades, the poor appendix has been maligned and misunderstood. It isn’t exactly connected to any continued part of your digestive tract and it seems to just sit out there in the nether regions of your abdomen doing nothing in particular.

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  • In the United States, potatoes and tomatoes are the most popular vegetables. Lettuce is the third most popular.
  • The fear of cooking is known as Mageirocophobia and is a recognized as a phobia.
  • “Confectioner’s glaze”—a common description of the coating found on candies and pills—is made from the bodily excretions of an Asian beetle.

  • Red grapes are famous for resveratrol, but they only produce it in response to a FUNGAL infection during their growth. So organic grapes have more resveratrol because they’re not sprayed with antifungals.

  • Egg yolks are one of the few foods that naturally contain Vitamin D.
  • Unless they’re organic, nearly all corn or soy products or byproducts on the U.S. market are genetically modified and may place your health at risk.

  • Microwave popcorn gives off a toxic, lung-damaging gas when cooked.

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