Anti-Histamines Friend or Foe?

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Histamine is the chemical (neuro-transmitter) your body produces when you’re having an allergic reaction. For example, spring season is upon us the pollen count is high, as a result, your eyes, ear’s, and throat becomes irritated, your body’s natural response is to produce histamine to combat the irritant, itching ensues, and now you are miserable. Continue reading

We got to stop this.

Some extremely important information! Had to pass this along!

Random Ramblings

We got to stop this.

From the good folks at

Monsanto’s GM Bt corn is equipped with a gene from soil bacteria called Bt or Bacillus thuringiensis. This produces the Bt-toxin in the corn. The pesticide breaks open the stomach of certain insects and kills them.
This Bt corn was introduced into the food supply in the late 1990’s and problems have been occurring ever since.
Monsanto and the EPA swore that the genetically engineered corn would only harm insects. They stated that the Bt-toxin produced inside the plant would be completely destroyed in the human digestive system. They said it would not have any impact on the health of consumers.
Unfortunately they have been proven wrong, because not only is Bt corn producing resistant “superpests”, researchers have also found that the Bt-toxin can badly affect human health.
In 2011, doctors at Sherbrooke University Hospital in Quebec found Bt-toxin in the blood of:

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So ladies, you and your girlfriends are headed to Salmonella’s surprise party tonight. Indo, his boy Gestion and a few other dudes from around the way plan on coming through the spot as well. Everybody’s trying to get H&M fresh before they fall off into the joint. Ladies have about 6 or 7 different pair of jeans laid out all of them a different shade of blue, done tried on about 10½ different tops and can’t even walk across your bedroom floor without stepping over a shoe you just tried on! Fella’s your not as bad, but your going through similar motion’s too! Continue reading

Arsenic In Our Rice!

Arsenic In our Rice!

Eating rice once a day can increase arsenic levels in the body by at least 44%, according to a new study from Consumer Reports.

Say it ain’t so! Man ain’t nobody thinking about that. I got to have me some of this mucus forming, acid producing, rice in my life.  I’m about to go get me some Spanish food (chicken, rice & beans) or do I want Jamaican (oxtail, rice & peas) Na I’m in a soul food (fried chicken, black eye peas & rice) kind of mood…  That may have been the old me, not so anymore.   Just   what in the hell is arsenic anyway? And why should we be concerned if we have increased levels of it in our bodies? Continue reading