What a great reply. The saddest part of it all is that much of this is common sense. But discipline in the area of food and excercise you are right might just take some of us over the top... So sad and our kids are paying the biggest price for it because these are the values that we are instilling in us.View Thread
I don't believe they all have adhd. What is happening is that our bodies are having chemical reactions to all the synthetic foods we eat and because these corporations have to call it something so it will seem manageable.
If you people a child on a true whole foods diet I would not be surprised if this so called disease would almost dissapear instantly.View Thread
I we should. I think corporations should be fined for what they are doing to our foods. We are living in a science lab and we are their test dummies and the price we are paying are with out lives. I am so disgusted with GMO. How dare we call it food.View Thread
No. I am in the staffing and recruiting industry and contrary to what many think currently there is a lot of opportuity for the older generation because of experience. Many companies are looking for the experience and the skill set. What many are now realizing that this is priceless.
One thing that the older generation need to do is understand the skill sets that are needed for the job and then dedicate and develop your conversations and interactions accordingly. You may end up with a pay cut but once you are in the door your experience will shine and you will be calling your shots sooner than later.View Thread
Americans are fat because we actually do not eat REAL FOOD primarily anymore. Our bodies were designed for natural things which includes meat and veggies. Check out this article that Dr Mark Hyman just wrote that explains how we can easily control and manage:
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