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They crossed the line with the tea…

February 15, 2016

I have to agree.

Patricia Johns

Bacon is as bad as smoking now. Beef might be linked to cancer–maybe in copious amounts? When the World Health Organization announced this, the internet had a tantrum.

800px-CookedBaconThen Country Living Magazine warned me that tea can be laced with trace amounts of lead. Nice. And before that, there were e-coli outbreaks from packaged spinach. Nail polish is filled with toxins. Antiperspirant deodorant has been liked with breast cancer. Even fresh fruits and veggies get some side eye because of insecticides and other chemicals.

There are times that I just want to scream. With all the dangers and heightened risks out there, I sometimes just don’t want to know. I eat lots of green leafy vegetables. I paint my toenails. I use antiperspirant deodorant. (You’re welcome.) I cook with beef from time to time, and I prefer my broccoli without bugs. If I follow all those danger signs, then I’m…

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3 Comments
  1. Thanks for the reblog!

  2. Boy oh boy; what a depressing reality; Right?? I have considered all that you wrote here from time to time and there is literally nothing you can do to escape this stuff! I thought I was doing my body a healthy favor by switching from coffee to green tea! Yes the line has been crossed big time! Like you I will continue on with my tea, deodorant, veggies and fruit and leave the rest up to Jesus!!! Sigh! 😉

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