Showing posts from January, 2024

Coffee Tea?! My Coffee Secret

NCDT (National Coffee Data Trends) have reported that as much as 67% of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis.  That amount increases to 75% when determining the amount of adults who drink coffee on a weekly basis.  One lesser know fact is that the global coffee market is expected to reach 182 billion by the year 2030.  What is it about that little dark bean, available in so many varieties, that cause people to be unable to go about their daily lives without it?  It must be the flavor as some people swear by coffees made in various countries.  If it's not Columbian or Jamaican coffee, some will not even touch the mug.  Then there are the coffee chain fan clubs who must have their daily Starbucks or Tim Horton's signature espresso in the morning.  Let's be real, the taste of coffee isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially when dark.  Quite possibly, it may be the alertness that coffee provides after consumption which have some people hooked.   The alertness and

Surgeon General Calls for Stop in Administration of Covid Vaccines

The Florida Surgeon General has spoken out recently about the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.  Gen. Dr. Joseph Ladapo has expressed sincere disapproval of mRNA Covid-19 vaccines and believes administration of the vaccines must be stopped.  Gen. Dr. Ladapo voiced his concerns about the discovery of billions of DNA fragments found in each dosage of the vaccine.  DNA fragments are ingredients in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines that are transcribed into RNA fragments which is ultimately responsible for inducing production of the SARS-Cov-2 spike protein.   Each vaccine shot contains approximately 200 billion pieces of plasmid DNA fragments (Buckhaults, 2023).   There are serious concerns that the DNA fragments are behind deadly side effects.  These side effects range from cardiac arrest to cancer as well as death.   Dr. Philip Buckhaults, professor of cancer molecular genetics at the University of South Carolina believes that these DNA fragments are likely to cause damage to the human genome