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Microwave Mine, Please

Friday, June 22, 2012

Hey SparkBuds! Something has been on my mind for a while and I'm finally ready to share it.
I always knew this but I found out recently that not everybody does research like me. So for those who may be unaware here are a few good reasons to reevaluate microwave usage.
1) For starters, did you know it was originally created in Russia? And that the Russian government won't let their own people use it? Makes me wonder why...
Research also supports the following facts:
2) Science shows that eating processed foods heated in a microwave causes long term permanent brain damage. It does this by overloading the brain's electrical impulses, causing depolarizing/demagnetizing of the brain tissue
3) The human body is ill-equipped to metabolize all the by-products microwave cooking produces, and the effects are residual - they stay in the body. Period
4) It's been proven that human hormone production is shut down and/or altered by eating microwaved food
5) Research confirms that microwaving food severely reduces and alters the minerals, vitamins, and nutrients, therefore the body gets little benefit, if any, from the food, because it cannot absorb or utilize altered compounds
6) Those same minerals, especially in veggies, become cancerous free radicals once cooked this way, and prolonged eating of microwaved food produces and increases cancerous cells in the blood
7) This form of cooking is also known to cause stomach and intestinal cancerous tumors; it is a possible reason for colon cancer
8) Continual consumption of microwaved food is also shown to cause immune system deficiencies, since it affects the lymph glands and alters blood serum
9). Last but not least, it has also been proven to cause memory loss, decrease in intelligence, concentration issues, and emotional instability
10) If anybody is interested, I have the scariest email. It has pics of a little girl's science experiment. She watered a plant for one month (I think it was one month) with tap water and microwaved water. The pics speak volumes.
That being said, I donít believe microwaves will ever go away and Iím not telling you to throw it out, all Iím suggesting to you is that you consider limiting its use.
I pray you prosper abundantly, in spirit soul and most especially body.
Kari





  


New year, new attitude

Monday, May 21, 2012

I know it's not exactly new year, but it's close. And it's definitely new to me!
Hi. Kari Grace here. Brand new to blogging, and learning as I go. so perhaps an introduction is a good start.
This has taken guts. So if you are offended by my ramblings, or even disagree with what I share, you are free to do that. Just please donít post hate comments, or send me mean emails. You have the right to your opinions, and I respect that. But so do I. You share yours on your page, and I'll share mine on mine. I never was any good at being politically correct. Are you OK with that?
That being said, there is so much more to me than a beautiful pen. I love life, and have a plethora of interests and hobbies. I love trying new things, and learning every day. A mind is a terrible thing to waste, and I enjoy expanding my cranium. Itís really the only place a gal wants wrinkles.
Been in north carolina over twenty years but I originally hail from the other side of the pond, which goes a long way to explaining why I talk funny and often spell funny too.
First thing you may need to know if you're interested in anything i may pen is that i'm passionate about my God and my faith. I love all people of all religions but like mother teresa, I'm partial to my own. My convictions run deep; the Lover of my soul gave me worth when I had none, and I am nothing without Him. My faith defines me. I'm also five foot three, forty-something and feisty. Just so you know.
I love a great many things: writing, health, and quotes that really make you think. Here are a few of my faves, in case you happen to like quotes too:
frank peretti: He is ordering my life, and doing all things well
tony dungy: there are two kinds of men in the world - those who are humble, and those who are about to be
victor frankly: we can endure any what, as long as we have a why (he should know; he's a holocaust survivor and lived thru unspeakable horrors)
I like my blue eyes, and I'm finally ok with my crazy curly red hair. I care more about the inside than the outside. Dorothy Parker said once that beauty is skin deep but ugly goes clear to the bone. Couldn't agree more.
I love life, and horses, as well as music, from bach to jazz; I've even been known to play the flute on occasion. My fave singers are Vicci Beeching - she's English too, btw - and Anthony Evans. He wrote a song called I choose Now. Mmmm. Words to live by. And i really, really love to read. The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch is one I highly recommend. Small, but insightful. And you HAVE to read what happened to him after his wedding...
I'd love to make some new friends here and start a SparkFamily so please feel free to write me, and may God bless you richly in all you put your hand to.
K

  


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