IT’S the festive food we love to hate — but Amy Lance happily scoffs 10,000 Brussels sprouts a year.
And as a supermarket sprout scout she eats as many as 500 A WEEK in the run-up to Christmas.
Amy, 26, hated the veg as a child, but has grown to love it so much that she even asks for an extra helping on December 25.
Her job for Waitrose is to decide which of around 25 varieties of sprout work best for the store — and also to develop completely new varieties.
Video: Martin Ssempa, Pastor in Uganda Uses Fruits To Graphically Demonstrates Gay Sex On National TV
A prominent anti-gay Ugandan pastor condemned homosexuality during a televised discussion with a transgender activist, engaging in a graphic demonstration of gay sex involving bananas, cucumbers and other produce items.
On the talk show “Morning Breeze,” Reverend Martin Ssempa declared, “When you are homosexual, you have more chance of experiencing death from HIV –- why?”
Picking up a banana, he noted, “When you take a man –- this is a man’s genitals — you insert them into the intestine, OK? They put their genitals into their excretory system…this excretory system is not designed to receive, it is only for exit!”
A 27-year-old woman with cystic fibrosis died of cancer after she was given the donor lungs of a smoker.
Jennifer Wederell, of Hawkwell, Essex, died at home in August – 16 months after the transplant at Harefield Hospital in London.
Colin Grannell said he believes his daughter would not have agreed to the transplant had she known the middle-aged donor was a heavy smoker.
The hospital has apologised for not giving her that choice.
That’s Adora before her mind was consumed by Meth… She was 48 at the time…
Drinking beer is good for you and your children, a study by Japan’s oldest brewery says.
Hops, one of the three basic ingredients of beer along with water and barley, contains a chemical compound called humulone, which can help the human body fight the virus that causes the common cold in adults, according to a report by the news agency Agence-France Presse. The same virus also can cause bronchitis and pneumonia in children. With vaccination for these illnesses has yet to be found, the study by Japanese beverage giant Sapporo says that beer could prove a unique way of curbing infection.