Omega-3 oil doesn’t do diddly. Next thing you know, they’ll debunk the “truth” that saturated fats are bad for you – oh wait, they just did that.
I’d be remiss if I didn’t include my grandfather’s own contribution to good health (although in fact, he didn’t smoke):
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Was your grandfather in advertising? What he didn’t tell you was that the men in these ads were in a mobile box like Captain Pike in an early Star Trek episode due to their body cancers.
My grandfather was in movies, and though he died early it was, alas from alcohol, not tobacco.
Ah yes, there he is pushing cigarettes. If only his mustache were a little thinner, he could have also sold used cars. Or with it turned up just a bit more at the ends and a touch of a French accent, played Monsieur Poirot.
Hey, that mustache earned him $500,000 a year which in 1932 wasn’t chump change. If I thought it’d still work, I’d stop shaving my upper lip.
Back in the day being drunk was fashionable.
ah, yes. smoking was merely an invitation, a prelude…
LSMFT! Lucky Strike means fine tobacco taste, or loose sweaters make flabby tits? Is the science settled? You decide.
Science is settled…we are LUCKY!
Eating diets that are high in omega 3s can protect you brain, whereas diets high in 6s can shrink dendrites leading to depression. According to “The Empty Chair” episode of “The Untouchables” they knew this back in the 20s, or at least back in 1959 when this episode was made.
From “The Empty Chair” aired October, 15, 1959. Check out the last line:
Nitti: What’s the matter, Jake, Eliot Ness been chasin’ you?
Rico: (about Volpe and Raddi) I don’t handle garbage with my bare hands.
Nitti: You, you got any ambition?
Sammons: I want just what I got.
Scalmone: Remarkable. This man Guzik must be a genius.
Ness: As a bookkeeper or a crook?
Norma: Jake’s whole life was backwards.
Ness: Too many people have the same problem.
Nitti: What you been eatin’, Jake? You talk like you got a bullet proof stomach.
Guzik: I been eatin’ fish. Brain food.
Looks like Gideon!
What really matters is minimizing inflammation in your arterial system.
If you can increase your HDL’s (high density lipo-proteins that carry LDL’s and VLDL’s (low density lipo proteins and triglycerides) out of the blood to the liver, to be removed from the body you decrease the opportunity for inflammation in the blood.
Makes sense right?
BTW ..,the only thing at increases HDL production is resistance training.
Maybe I should plow under my yard the proper way.
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