Oh, and btw, it's official...ritalin IS safe, and not only safe, but actually enhances brain development in adhd children...
Follow this link for the details.
Ha. Nothing even needs to be said. Y'all know who you are ...
But just in case, I'm going to search for the medical journal to verify the findings, because you never know what kind of stupid $#1+ that the media will endorse these days...
the claim that beef and milk are now healthy just because they contain trace amounts of a beneficial anticarcinogenic chemical compound.
the total downplaying of the seriousness of black mold...or at least the seriousness of the symptoms of the people whose homes are contaminated with it.
the claim that specific "dental" and whitening chewing gums as certain trident and dentyne products are actually beneficial to the teeth because of certain calcium secretions they give off, as well as the production of excess saliva to help break down excess food particles left in the mouth, neatly stepping around the fact that they contain simple sugars, aspartame, and/or phenylalanine, not to mention the fact that some people are predisposed to storing a bit of sugar in their saliva -- I'm not sure what this is called, but it's not actually stored IN the saliva mind you...I think...regardless, excess sugar and excess saliva can be quite harmful to the teeth, not the opposite !
And speaking of simple sugars, DON'T USE ASPARTAME OR PHENYLALANINE ! You're better off eating the real thing (unless you're diabetic, in which case, the following doesn't even apply to you!) Why? Here's what happens when you eat that stuff:
along the route to being digested, the food you eat goes through a series of filters and detectors...several of these detectors search primarily for signs of simple sugars. ENTER: fake sugars...Most fake sugars...such as aspartame/phenylalanine trick these detectors into thinking that they're detecting sugar when they're not...so the body releases insulin into the bloodstream, ready to pick up sugar that isn't there...the body gets tired...and worse, since the insulin isn't picking up any sugar, the body sends a signal to the brain saying, "You're still hungry. Eat MORE!" So is "diet" cola really "diet"? Not in my opinion. =)
There's more...but I'm bored. =P
Come on, people! THINK !