Eating Cheese in the U.S, causes death from the Outdoors
Created by Quinton Skinner and Abby Pendell
Did you know that eating cheese makes you more likely to die an
untimely death outdoors? Statistics show that people who eat cheese in the U.S are more likely to die from the outdoors!
What Science says
According to scientists, dairy products, such as cheese, can have negative effects on the mind. Casein, a substance found in dairy that can negatively affect the mind and body, is found in, you guessed it, cheese. This substance is found very often in U.S. cows which provide the U.S. with their dairy products.
We've done the math, and for about every 0.9 pounds of cheese you eat, you are more likely to die outdoors.
This means that you may have issues such as poor digestion with local inflammation, and more importantly, problems with your brain stimulation, which can cause a lack of judgement and get you killed in the outdoors.
This doesn't mean that you can't eat cheese though, just make sure that you eat it in