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My daughter and her friends send each other e-mail with interesting trivia and jokes. Today she showed me one called "Bet you didn't know this." One of the items said "Intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair."
I said that while the statement was true, the reason why it was true was more important. We looked up copper and zinc in a nutrition book and found that both minerals are needed for proper brain function. I said, "If you eat healthy food and take your vitamins, then your body has the copper and zinc it needs. When you find copper and zinc in someone's hair, it also means that they are getting enough copper and zinc for their brains, and that means they are able to think better." My daughter eats healthy so she can stay slim. Just then the light dawned - by eating healthy she can be both slim and smart. She likes that idea.
It reminded me of another bit of trivia I read in Reader's Digest: "Doctors are unable to determine the cause of 37% of physical symptoms reported by patients." I suspect the truth is that most of those 37% are people who don't feel good because they are eating foods that conflict with their blood type. How well I remember my doctor finding inflammation in my stomach. But she had no idea why it was inflamed or how to make the inflammation go away. When I started the Blood Type Diet, I stopped being part of that 37%!
You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32
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