Sunday, December 7, 2014

Apples Are Bad For You. Apples!

Seems that modern apples are pumped full of sugar, and thus killer fruits. An apple a day will kill you, and so forth.  Only the Daily Mail could have come up with this one, so heartfelt thanks to those guys.

It appears that the 'modern apple' has 50% more sugar than the apple from the early 2000's.  And it is acidic, which the Mail has reliably extrapolated into dentist's having to yank out your teeth.




Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Seaweed Makes You Thin

Yes, eating disgusting sea-slime grass will make you thinner.  And not just because the taste discourages you from eating too much of it.  Apparently something called 'alginate' lowers the amount of fat being absorbed by the body. 



Friday, April 25, 2014

Superfoods as of now.

Here is a list of foods which have been upgraded from Regular to Super (as per webmd.com)
Note that this list almost certainly went out of date about 15 seconds after I finished writing it down.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Everything IS Bad For You! (I Suspected As Much)

To lay everyones mind to rest, the Daily Mail has helpfully produced a list of foodstuffs which will kill you.  Here they are:
-Everything which is baked, like crisps, cakes, chips and bread, for example
Caution!
-Red Meat.  Especially when processed into a delicious format such as burgers or hot-dogs
-Dairy foods.  Cows are bad news in general.
-Hot things, including tea and coffee.
-Alcohol - natch.
-Fat.
-Peanuts, cereals and grains. See?  Nothing is safe.
-Salt.  Which is in everything, including the stuff that wasn't mentioned elsewhere.

Basically, everything you eat is going to kill you, probably of cancer.  Thanks for that Daily Mail.

Bon Apetit!

Source:  Daily Mail

Friday, March 7, 2014

Drink Booze and you won't have (another) Heart Attack!


Now go easy, Tiger.  Slamming back tequilas the week after invasive surgery is not the way to go.  But this latest report from the European Society of Cardiology does say that 'moderate drinkers', who have had one heart attack and continue to drink in moderate fashion afterwards, have less chance of suffering a second attack.  Not you though ladies, this was a men only survey.  And 'moderate drinking' means two bottles of beer or glasses of wine per day, so step away from the 12 pack of Coors.