7 Health Questions You Need To Know the Answer to NOW

2 Oct

TRUE or FALSE:

 

1. It’s not good to eat foods you can’t pronounce. So avoid stuff like quinoa, shitakes, bok choy, and radicchio.

 

2. A banana makes a perfectly fine antacid.  Peel first.

 

3. Doctors suggest you sniff rosemary to boost your memory and sharpen your test-taking skills. However, ask Rosemary first. “No” means “No Way, Jose!”

 

4. Garlic is the new black. Wear it liberally to boost your immunity, especially against communicable diseases.

 

5. Get a daily massage. It may not improve your health, but it sure feels great.

 

6. For severe digestive upsets, soak naked in zucchini hummus ’til you reek of body odor for a week. Works every time.

 

7. Duct tape works nicely to eliminate bulbous pimples and unsightly warts. Apply on eyes. Also effective for ear dandruff and nose eczema.

 

All are true. Would I lie?

 

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3 Responses to “7 Health Questions You Need To Know the Answer to NOW”

  1. dawn@lightenup! October 3, 2012 at 4:10 am #

    Oh, so you peel the banana first? Dang- I’ve been doing it all wrong!

  2. Jerry Zezima October 3, 2012 at 4:21 am #

    Thank you, doctor! Laughter is indeed the best medicine, and you know how to dispense it. By the way, I’ve been eating humus, not hummus. No wonder I thought it tasted awful. Now I’ll just soak in it.

    • Barb Best November 3, 2012 at 10:31 am #

      Hummus, schummus! It tastes like wallpaper paste.

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