How many little baked treats loaded with sugar and canola oil will you sneak into your mouth this week? Add up all the parties, get togethers, movie snacks, TV snacks, restaurant desserts, office treats and whatever you ordered off Amazon, and it might be enough to catapult inflammation and reduce immune function to the point of getting ill.
Any way you slice it, alcohol is poison for the system. Sure, the skin of grapes in your wine serves a good purpose, but the alcohol content does not. It leads to dehydration and overworking cleansing organs, especially over time or when it's over done, like typically at big holiday dinners and throughout New Year's Eve.
Pot luck dinners are often Trojan horses. They look harmless on the outside, but you don't usually have a clue as to what's all in it, or if the people who made it were sick at the time, and sick with what? What kind of oil did they use? What kind of sugar? Were they sick as dogs, or just sick but "asymptomatic" when they mixed it with their bare hands? Lastly, how much of it will you eat, especially if it tastes good and it's "the holidays?" (so you say, what the heck, right?)
Then, you've got the allopathic folks, about 2 out of every 3 people on average, who believe that all their prescription medications, corporate-concocted food choices and lab-mutated gene therapy jabs are protecting their health, and you're hanging out with lots of them at holiday parties and events. Is it "rubbing off?"
Take the test, and see how YOU fair. It's the top 11 holiday health mistakes. If you are guilty of more than 3, you fail:
So how did you do on the test? Happy holidays and eat clean. Also, watch out for misinformation about the Fauci Flu on mass media. Bookmark Vaccines.news for updates on experimental vaccines and boosters that can cause blood clots, ADE and other horrific side effects.
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