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I like boobs 
10th-Feb-2009 12:39 pm
I debated which icon to use for this post. Although it deals with medical issues, I thought I'd use something sexy.

Like most men, I like breasts. Cleavage is alright with me. Call me a fan.

Since I like knockers, I have a vested interest in making sure there are plenty of them for me to admire (yes, I am thinking about the lady at the grocery store last night - God bless America!). Breast cancer is an abomination not just for women, but men, too. There are many things one may do to reduce the likelihood of getting breast cancer, and one of those is as simple as a proper diet.

Recent studies show that extra virgin olive oil may help fight breast cancer.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil May Help To Combat Breast Cancer

ScienceDaily (Feb. 10, 2009) — UGR News Researchers of the Catalonian Institute of Oncology (Spain) and the University of Granada (Spain) have discovered that extra virgin olive oil may help to combat breast cancer, according to a paper published in a recent issue of ‘BMC Cancer’. The scientists have confirmed the bioactivity of polyphenols (this is, natural antioxidants) present in olive oil in breast cancer cell lines. [...]


Translation: extra virgin olive oil actively fights breast cancer.

But be careful in buying olive oil; you may not be getting what you think. Choose carefully.
10th-Feb-2009 08:50 pm (UTC)
Now all you need is your lucious wife, a babysitter, a kiddie pool, a couple 5 gallon cans of olive oil, some romantic candles and music suited to oil wrestling.
10th-Feb-2009 09:00 pm (UTC)

You spoiled the surprise!
10th-Feb-2009 09:45 pm (UTC)
EVOO also helps in the fight aganst heart disease, which kills more women than breast cancer does.
10th-Feb-2009 09:57 pm (UTC) - Win their hearts
Win their hearts and their boobs will follow...


I like your plan!
10th-Feb-2009 10:49 pm (UTC) - Re: Win their hearts
I can't imagine dead boobs are very fun. :)
10th-Feb-2009 10:24 pm (UTC)
Just don't use EVOO for cooking. Regular olive oil is fine for that; extra virgin burns at lower temperatures, and becomes bitter. It's better used for post-cooking applications, use it for mixing your salad dressings, etc.
10th-Feb-2009 10:25 pm (UTC)
Good tip!

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