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Cereal History?

Post by SheilaH » Wed Nov 20, 2019 12:38 pm

:shock: Well this was an eye opener! Won't look at Frosted Flakes the same again EVER! :?
How Cereal Transformed American Culture
During the early 19th century, most Americans subsisted on a diet of pork, whiskey, and coffee. It was hell on the bowels, and to many Christian fundamentalists, hell on the soul, too. They believed that constipation was God's punishment for eating meat. The diet was also blamed for fueling lust and laziness.
Dr. John Kellogg. A renowned surgeon and health guru, Kellogg had famously transformed the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan into one of America's hottest retreats. Socialites from the Rockefellers to the Roosevelts flocked to "The San" to receive Kellogg's unorthodox treatments. But shock-therapy sessions and machine-powered enemas weren't the only items on the agenda.
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Re: Cereal History?

Post by LoriWinters » Thu Nov 21, 2019 2:47 pm

well heck, i never have like cereal...but that was enlightening...ty sheila

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