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04 May 2011

So What’s For Dessert ?

In a nutshell, what we should eat (food or beverage) whether we can or can’t, ought to be for our own good.  The total opposite of it, meaning that what we shouldn’t eat whether we can or can’t, would probably be harmful, especially if it is not taken in moderation.  So before our stomach bears the indulgences of our temptations, the question of whether we ‘live to eat’ as opposed to ‘eating to live’ both can and should be taken into careful consideration.  After all, next comes the task of oral hygiene, battling obesity, food allergy, avoiding food poisoning and in some cases involves being prepared to perform the Heimlich Maneuver that can save a life.  

Unless he or she plays the part of acting in good faith as ‘’The Cookie Monster’’ of Sesame Street, always remember the need to observe acceptable or the expected table manners.  On some occasions, dining etiquette is an essential know-how or at the very least bit of courtesy is not to talk when one’s mouth is full, or chewing without one’s mouth open.  In the company of others, these are good eating habits that are worth keeping around where there is also no universal rule as to how early one is trained for them.

In being grateful for the food that’s on the table, we must never forget that there will always be people who are faced with extreme hunger, food contamination and food rationing.  As world food shortages become adamant even for vegetarians, it is always a good practice of determining whether one does have the stomach for something.  In other words since we are what we eat, so does it tend to influence and attract who we’d typically end up eating with.              

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