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It is quite obvious that divisive forces continue to seek to tear at the fabric of democracy
everywhere, they also continue to utilize any and every means to suppress the fundamental right to vote of millions of Americans mainly in the minority communities.
Staying silent and not speaking out against this apparent abuse is analogous to turning our backs on millions of Americans who are being shoved out of our democracy. Allowing those in positions of power to abuse the aspirations that are enshrined in our founding documents is no longer acceptable.
As the Republican candidate for governor in Georgia continues to use his position as Secretary of State to suppress the registration of tens of thousands of voters, most of them African Americans, this represents a distrustful abuse of his position of power to gain an advantage over his Democratic opponent.
Likewise, voter suppression is quite apparent in North Dakota, where a lower court, with the blessing of the Supreme Court, actually ruled the state can demand voters produce proof of residence before voting, a ruling that effectively disenfranchises thousands of Native Americans living on reservations. North Dakota happens to be the state where the Senate election six years ago was decided by less than 3,000 votes, this restrictive voter ID law will likely be a deciding factor in this year’s close race.
Although most states, including Florida and Georgia, have restored voting rights to people convicted of felonies after they’ve completed their sentences, in those two states officials are currently tempering with individual voting rights trying to prevent those individuals from ever voting, even after they have served their time and paid their debt to society.
Regrettably, this voter suppression effort disproportionately impacts African Americans and other minorities. According to the “ Sentencing Project” report, for a research conducted in four states( Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia,) in 2016, more than one in five African Americans and other minorities were disenfranchised.
Eating fresh food has many tremendous benefits, which include fresher taste as well as richer vitamins and nutrients than food that has been frozen or canned.
Experts, including dietitians, nutritionists along with the U.S. Department of Agriculture suggest eating five fruits and vegetables each day, and that eating nine of these is even better. Fresh food, as well as canned or frozen fruits and vegetables have the same benefits, according to these sources. Consumption of colorful produces (fruits and vegetables) are best and ensure that your body will get all of the nutrients you need on a daily basis. Eating a variety of these on a daily basis, will ensure that you enjoy the benefits of eating fresh food such as the multiple vitamins and minerals they provide.
Fresh food acts like medicine for our bodies. Each orange you eat and citrus juice that you drink, your body gets Vitamin C as well as folic acid and lutein which inhibits mild depression, heart disease, and helps the body get rid of carcinogens that may be there.
Oxidant-rich vegetables, like Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and radishes protect the body’s DNA from oxidants and help it detoxify carcinogens. Oxidant-rich vegetables also eliminate old estrogen and testosterone from the body. Likewise, eggplant, peppers, potatoes, and tomatoes help reduce blood pressure, prevent prostate cancer, and protect the lungs from cigarette smoke. Moreover, fruits and vegetables, like watermelon, squash, pumpkin, and cantaloupe help prevent cancer, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.
Furthermore, grains as well as beans and nuts, such as peanuts, peas, soybeans, lentils, are also helpful in improving glucose control in diabetics and reduce hot flashes and cholesterol. Interestingly, spices like garlic, onion, chives, leeks, asparagus, and scallions also inhibit cancer growth, decrease cholesterol, and help the immune system to work properly. Similarly, almonds, apples, plums, pears, and apricots help prevent fungus infections, reduce cholesterol, and stop the growth of tumors. All these benefits illustrate how fresh food really is a type of medicine that keeps our bodies healthy.
Although fresh meat is also important to the human body as a protein source, vegetarian diets that include great varieties of vegetables, beans, and lentils can, in the same fashion, also provide the required protein.
Other than tasting better, eating fresh food is good for our bodies and is readily available at America’s Food Basket Supermarkets. Likewise, America’s Food Basket Supermarkets’ fresh meat is produced year-round, thus, beef, chicken, and occasional lamb are available as well as plenty of seafood.
Owners of local businesses spend money at other local shops, keeping your money in your city and your pocket.
Help use public services and space more efficiently, and ensures diversity as well as innovation
Local Businesses consume less land, carry more locally-made (non-imported) products, are closer to their customers, and create less traffic and pollution. These savings all translate into a smaller carbon footprint and lower overall taxes: the greater the percentage of locally-owned businesses in a town, the lower your taxes will be.
Although the Internet of Things technologies is poised to bring tremendous savings to the healthcare industry, the healthcare industry has been slow to adopt the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) – the technology that is poised to transform the way people are kept safe and healthy especially as the demand for innovation(s) to lower healthcare costs increase in the coming years. The IoMT will disrupt the industry as it will effectively help with monitoring, informing and notifying stakeholders with actual data toward detecting concerns, early intervention before they become critical.