Eye-ing the New Year – January 2013 Edition of E-spoons

The January  Edition editon of E-spoons is

EYE-ING THE NEW YEAR

We kick start the first E-spoons of 2013 with a couple of eye opening stories. First one concerns new arrivals, babies who arrive via c-section arrive programmed to be fatand something that borders on heresy, eating more fat is one way to decrease that troublesome oxidative stress problem, so is getting enough sleep, tired cells don’t hear insulin knocking. Next we pull the wool over your kids eyes by turning fruit into a highly desirable snackand we take the sting out of getting those shots. We look back on the best posts and cartoons of 2012  and celebrate  the New Year with the RIGHT shaped glass, to avoid being tipsy. Hope you’re seeing a FABULOUS 2013 and your doting dog is seeing more than a can opener. If you’ve resolved to be “healthier” in 2013 – kickstart your year with 31 days to Better Body Chemistry, its free.

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