Hair Wars and Self-Care

Spoiler Alert: This is a “Hair Appreciation” post.

Yall. I used to be the queen of bone straight hair which over time ended up damaging it. Literally took me 10 years to become comforatble with my natural curl pattern. Would have never worn my hair like this even two or three years ago. My hair and I have come so far. 😄

Sincerely,

Tyra

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Reaction to “What the Health?”

Reaction to “What the Health?”

Finally watched “What the Health” with the fam…

I can’t pretend I’m totally surprised at the facts but I am appalled at the audacity of these companies and government entities. Got people out here thinking healthy eating is a luxury, that our tax dollars are going to actually sponsor research that could one day cure cancer, or our donations to these major health foundations will support educational campaigns about preventative methods.

I’m left with so many WHY questions. Like “our” corrupted government spends $557 mill to promote unhealthy foods? Or why there is a lack of nutrition education across the majority of medical schools? And cheeseburgers laws? TF???

So what is the alternative? You should probably watch the documentary and the countless others to make your own decision. But if “any protein you get from an animal is essentially recycled protein,” in my opinion the idea of a plant-based diet is the clear alternative.*

*Dr. Milton Mills, M.D.; “What The Health”; 2017.