Wednesday, March 26, 2008


I had a science teacher tell my class way back in seventh grade that if you added water to whipped cream/cool-whip you could wax your car.

Remember folks, these food companies do not care about your health (well, only if catch phrases that allude to healthy food is the current trend)--only the bottom line matters: Will money be made?

If you struggle to decide whether or not you should buy pre-made food for its convenience because you are tired or busy and don't feel like cooking, perhaps the following links will make your choice easier.

Twinkies...I wonder if you can use them to heat your home?

HERE is a list of good foods and bad foods. Of course, as always, we want the bad stuff. But, if we really think about it, do we want the grief (literal and figurative) that goes along with eating those foods?

I'm still trying to figure out why this stuff is so addictive.

Men's Health has this list of eye-opening items (read the article and search the list). Be sure to read the stats on these suckers.

It still confounds me that there are people who do remain skinny even after eating this stuff, but it can't be good for their blood pressure and cholesterol. Skinny or fat, we should not be eating this crrrrrrap. Eventually, going beyond "having it once in a great while" will catch up with all of us.

I think I'm going to work harder at being much choosier in the future. Even the healthier choices in a restaurant aren't all that healthy.

THIS is a really easy site to navigate for basic "good" vs. "bad" food stuff. You know we all know this stuff...we need to put into practice (Me, most of all).

If none of that information killed your desire to eat, THIS clip might kill your appetite.


USA_Admiral said...

Great Post. I am glad I avoid 90% of the stuff on these lists.

That little Hil clip cured my eating for the evening and maybe tomorrow too. YUCK!

RT said...

Glad to be of service! :)