1. “TANK” Eats Fruits & VegetablesAnd Exercises to Stay Healthy Author/Activist: Valerie Cheers-Brown Illustrations and Photos by: CA
2. Tank says that “Eating Antioxidant”- rich foodsmay reduce your risk of stroke by inhibitingoxidative stress and inflammation. This meanspeople should eat more foods such as fruits andvegetables that contribute to total antioxidantcapacity”
3. “Tank” shows how nature hasprovided so many delicious foods with high nutritional value. There are many disease-preventing foods that grow fromGod’s green earth and these are just a few.
4. Apples Protects your heart Prevents constipation Blocks diarrhea Improves lung capacity Cushions joints
5. Apricots Combats cancer Controls blood pressure Saves your eyesight Shields against Alzheimer’s Slows aging process
6. Artichokes Aids digestion Lowers cholesterol Protects your heart Stabilizes blood sugar Guards against liver disease
7. Asparagus Hypertension Cancer – still has not been proven it cures, but helps Dissolves kidney stones Helps reduce osteoarthritis pain Helps cure bladder infection And treat kidney disease
50. Yogurt guards against ulcers strengthens bones lowers cholesterol supports immune system aids digestion
51. How is it possible for allthese things to grow inthe world? Any ideas.
52. Poverty has many dimensionsPoverty can be measured narrowly, through income alone, or in broaderterms. A relative definition of poverty is most useful when it is considered ina multi-dimensional way. This means the focus moves to considering relativepoverty as lacking the resources to participate fully in society across anumber of dimensions. For example, it would be possible to take into accountthe extent of health deprivation, education deprivation, and housingdeprivation, employment deprivation, access to services deprivation, as wellas income deprivation. It is possible to develop an absolute core concept ofpoverty in many areas of a child’s life, not only for family or householdincome. Abuse, a lack of access to education or health care, the use ofunsafe water, a bucket toilet system – all of these are impoverishments.
53. “Tank” the dinosaur lived for helping people and he took the people to a place where theylearned how to grow their own foodso they could eat forever more and they could show their families and anyone who had no food how to provide themselves and get themselves out of poverty.
54. You see, “Tank” the dinosaur made sure that any person he picked upand carried to this wonderful place, would be able to feed others as well as themselves from then on and this also made jobs for everyone!
55. From then on there were no more poor people without healthful food to eat thanks to “Tank” the dinosaur. The End Tank the dinosaur is not a medical doctor and this is only showing what and how you can eat healthy to stay healthy so you won’t become extinct like Tank the Dinosaur’s family did.
56. Referenceshttp://news.in.msn.com/international/article.aspx?cp-documentid=5649011http://len7288.hubpages.com/hub/Illness_and_Its_Vegetables_and_Fruit_Treatment_II Tank dreamed of becoming an: Agricultural Commodities InspectorA professional who inspects agricultural commodities,processing equipment, and facilities to enforce compliance withgovernmental regulations.Responsibilities include: Inspects horticultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants to detect disease or infestations harmful to consumers or agricultural economy. Inspects live animals and processing establishments to detect disease or unsanitary conditions. Compares brand with registry to identify owner. Examines, weighs, and measures commodities such as poultry, eggs, mutton, beef, and seafood to certify wholesomeness, grade, and weight. Examines viscera to detect spots or abnormal growths. Collects sample of pests or suspected diseased material and routes to laboratory for identification and analysis. Writes report of findings and advises grower or processor of corrective action. May testify in legal proceedings. May be required to hold U.S.Department of Agriculture license for each product inspected. May be designated according to type of commodity or animal inspected.