MountanmanThat is a great idea, and I hope you do live that long.
Me, I eat pretty good, but I eat alot of meat, drink once in a while and
exercise. I also do alot of extreme activities so I may not live that long, butI
sure will enjoy the ride while it lasts!
to JoeBlow responding to Mountanman*For someone who believes that
"science is so fleeting" you sure posted a lot of science.*Mm using science to validate his lifestyle & disprove science is rather
ironic and duplicitous.
Yup, everything we think we know will eventually be proven to be either
completely wrong or at least very incomplete. Old science is just that; old
For someone who believes that "science is so fleeting" you sure posted a
lot of science.
"alcohol in any amount is a carcinogen"Yup. And potato
chips , ice cream, chocolate and milk also contain carcinogens and therefore
increases your risk of cancer.I will take my chances with all of the
above, including the grilled beef.Hey, we all gotta die from
@ Brahmabull. I eat lots of fruits and veggies, very little red meat and no
alcohol. Therefore, I ingest almost no electron seeking oxidizer carcinogenic
compounds. But do get plenty of anti-oxidants with my fruits and veggies which
chemically combine with the few oxidizer carcinogens in my body thereby
rendering the vast majority of them harmless before they have a chance to
chemically combine with my DNA and disrupt the chemical code of protein
synthesis (mitosis). Therefore,I greatly reduce my risk of cancer, heart disease
and strokes. Its all in D&C sec. 89 revealed in 1823! According to my
bio/lifestyle calculator, I should live well into my 90's. Go figure!
MountanmanBeef can also be a carcinogen when grilled. Go figure!
That's the trouble with science, its always so fleeting. As our
grandparent's science is to us, so will our science be to our grandchildren
as theirs will be to their grandchildren and so on and so on. The last science I
studied showed that while moderate alcohol consumption might, in come cases be
good for your heart, it isn't good for your liver and alcohol in any amount
is a carcinogen and therefore increases your risk of cancer. Go figure!
"Anecdotal and scientific evidence have shown that dog owners tend to be
healthier than the average person. ""During a five-year
period, lifetime alcohol abstainers were 19 percent more likely to die than
regular drinkers, defined as having one or two drinks, three or more days a
week, say Virginia Tech University researchers."Sounds like,
church going, moderate drinking, dog lovers is the key to longevity.
Is it "better health" to have to rely on anti-depressants to get you
through the day?One has to wonder.