mat1028 51M
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5/27/2006 1:05 pm

Well we are most certainly born with two guarantees in this life. One is that death is inevitable. The other is that we will pay taxes one-way or the other. From the food we eat and the water we drink and the air we breathe and everything else we put in and on our bodies, we seem to be destined to shorten our life spans. Hell the leading cause of death from infants until the mid forties is something we do every day. Drive or ride in a car. After that car accidents take third and forth place behind all the diseases that all the bad food water and air cause. Source (http://AdultFriendFinder.com)

Well there is not much we can do about driving accidents. I guess we could take a defensive driving course have taken them a couple times. No matter how safe we are there is nothing we can do about some idiot plowing into us!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, killing more than 680,000 people in 2003. Other leading causes of death are cancer, stroke, chronic lung disease and accidents. Source (http://AdultFriendFinder.com)

Cancer, Not Heart Disease, Is Now America's Top Killer
Source (http://AdultFriendFinder.com)

I guess it depends on whom you want to believe. Either way the root cause for most of these problems are the poisons we are putting in and on our bodies!

As far as the diseases that are killing us we can absolutely do something. See the links in
John's Interests General section on myspace.

The truth about Fluoride. Is Fluoride Really As Safe As You Are Told?

Microwaves. Throw Away Your Dangerous Microwave Now

Table Salt. The Hidden Poison Lurking on Your Kitchen Table

Lack of Water. Dehydration produces stress, chronic pains and many degenerative diseases.

Dehydration produces stress, chronic pains and many degenerative diseases. Avoid Grains and Sugar. Reduce Grains and Sugar to Lose Weight and Improve Health

The next link I will add there soon will be about the third leading cause of death.

Doctors Are The Third Leading Cause of Death in the US, Causing 225,000 Deaths Every Year Source (http://AdultFriendFinder.com)

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