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Monday, June 16, 2008

EXPOSURE!

Ever since I started learning about nutrition, I was intrigued by how
much info was out there about the toxicity of everyday products,
foods, drinks, personal care products and disease. I quickly figured
out that this information was not accessible through the main stream media.
This boggled my mind. I made a decision to not fight the SYSTEM
but to share this information so that people can make
better choices!
Who knew MILK does not really do the body good?
Who knew that FLUORIDE is a toxin?
Who knew that an experiment of GM foods is going on?
Who knew?
TUESDAY NIGHT at 7pm I AM PREPARED TO SHARE INFO
THAT WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND MORE ABOUT THE
ABOVE MENTIONED AND SO MUCH MORE!
The talk is free -- informative -- interactive
& you will have fun despite the content!
EXPOSURE is my mission tonight!!!!!

1 comment:

media said...

Malignant mesothelioma affects the lining or membranes of certain large cavities in the body. These cavities, called the serous cavities, house certain major organs in the body including the heart, lungs, abdomen and others. The membranes that surround these cavities are called the serous membranes. They serve to protect these major organs from the friction and abrasion that occur as the organs move against each other during typical daily functioning, such as breathing and heart beating. The serous membranes derive from specialized cells called mesothelial cells. These cells form to create the mesothelium, which is the major tissue layer of the serous membranes. Cancer that occurs in the mesothelium tissue is called mesothelioma.


Mesothelioma is a rare & uncommon type of cancer which is almost always caused by exposure to asbestos. In mesothelioma, malignant type cells form and develop within the mesothelium. These cells also cover the outer surface of most internal organs. The tissue formed by these cells is called mesothelium. Mesothelioma is most common in the pleura which is the outer lining of the lungs, but it can also arise in the peritoneum or the pericardium which protects the heart.