1.) If you’ve got a food or drink product that you want to sell, make certain the word “protein” is on the label. According to the Wall Street Journal, the hot new trend in our country is packaged food that says “protein.” The report claims when people eat food that promises to be a good source of whole grains, fiber or protein "it makes you feel smart as a consumer that you've done something good for yourself." In past decades, we responded to messages like "low fat," "low sugar," and "no cholesterol." Now over half of consumers are looking for more protein and fiber for breakfast. Yet many of us have no idea what is or is not healthy, or even why our body needs protein.
2.) If elected, I pledge to provide residents of high-crime neighborhoods free shotguns. That’s the campaign pledge of Shaun McClusky, who is raised $12,000 for the project so far. The guns would be provided so poor residents could behave themselves. He figures it will cost $400 a person to provide a gun, ammo and training, plus a background check. The Tucson, Arizona mayoral candidate says his group plans to hand out the first weapons with 60 days.
3.) If you want to cut your risk of prostate cancer men, there’s new research to show you how to reduce it by more than a third. That’s all good news, but it does involve drinking tea. A recent study uncovered the fact that drinking at least two cups a day does the trick. And, a cup of tea per day reduces a woman’s risk of ovarian cancer by 10 percent.