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I've kept up with the reports. We will see if the testing proves out, if a license is issued for production and in what countries and the final availability for the public. Remember...what is hoped for today may be pie in the sky tomorrow. Im realist, so my attitude is "we'll see". Neither pro nor con.
I’m not jumping in a vaccine bandwagon until it’s been around for a long time, but the early attempts at least seem hopeful.
I'm just going to wait because posting there is a vaccine on the horizon people may feel is safe to ignore masks and social distancing.
They need to do everything they can to stay safe, but we already know many people won’t or don’t care, vaccine or not.
I’m sure we do but food choices are complicated. A friend gave up wheat, dairy, meat and sugar, and is a lot better but her family refuses to eat her diet so she cooks two different things for each meal. I think she is now a vegan.
We are also limited by what is available to us.
I have noticed some people have bad reactions to some foods. It may be an allergy or sensitivity or the inability to digest certain food properly. I’m not sure how they find out, though. She put herself on an extreme diet and it worked. You used process of elimination.