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Set your scales back ©
One of the most loyal readers of the All About Seniors column is Earline Cole, the program director for the “WilElife Bunch”, the seniors group at Bonaire UMC. She often sends me feedback or items of mutual interest regarding seniors.

I don’t know if the publisher can print it in the confines of the column so I’ll describe it just in case. It’s a bloated turkey standing on a scale with the caption: “Don’t’ forget to set your scales back ten pounds this week”! I got a real chuckle out of it and wrote Earline back saying she shouldn’t be surprised if she saw that theme show up in today’s column.

We are so blessed to live in a nation of agricultural surpluses such that we export food to other nations. In fact, the agricultural segment of our economy exported about $130 billon dollars worth of food products to Canada, China, Mexico, The European Union, Japan and Other nations (in that order) in 2015. With that kind of agricultural surplus it’s hard to imagine that many peoples in the world go to bed hungry at night. But that’s a tragic fact. The United Nations World Food Program says “795 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life. That’s about one in nine people on earth.”

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