Mad Cow – October 2012 Edition of E-spoons

The October Edition editon of E-spoons comes face-to-face with a few sacred cows in 

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In the big scheme of things, the human brain is designed to eat meatand substituting soy foods, for meat, can end up shooting down the little guys (sperm), plus serving your man peas and carrots, can lead to infidelity.  Soy products are also so-so, when it comes to estrogen replacement therapy, but estrogen is THE LADY, she helps protect women from heart disease, even if she does on occasion turn them into MAD cows. Global warming is causing HOT cows, not MAD COWS, which could see lattes and milkshakes vanish from menus If you’re thinking that might be a good thing,  think again, milk (the real deal) actually has a magic ingredient that helps you burn fat. Another sacred cow that needs a re-think, is calcium supplements – they are building bones and breaking hearts.

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