Eating My Way Out of Cancer

I am afraid to die from cancer, and for years I've felt doomed to that fate. My father died from cancer at 46, my cousin at 37, my paternal grandfather, maternal grandmother, and nearly all of my parents' siblings have had some form of cancer.  We often hear of it as an epidemic.  It certainly … Continue reading Eating My Way Out of Cancer

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Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing, Baby

Nothing compares to Cheetos and Oreos, washed down with a fizzy Coke, am I right? Why are those "foods" so irresistible? Flippin' science, man. Manufactured in laboratories (yes, yes they are) to create the perfect blend of ridiculously sweet, salty and fatty to be slightly under revolting -push the percentages up just a nudge and … Continue reading Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing, Baby