Smear Thanksgiving leftover food on your body

A scientifical report by AOL News suggests a new biomedical strategy to improve your health: smear leftover food on your body. The report deals specifically with food left over from Thanksgiving dinner. In so doing, the report bolsters the argument for citizens of the world to adopt an American-style diet. It relies largely on the advice of one eminent authority. It says, in part:

Pumpkin Pie: Delicious and Good for Facials

If you’re too stuffed to eat your Thanksgiving leftovers this weekend, maybe you should try applying the extra ingredients to your face, body and hair instead. According to skin and beauty expert Stacy Cox, who runs the Pampered People spa in Los Angeles, some Thanksgiving leftovers — namely pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes and cranberries — can be used as affordable moisturizing bases for at-home, do-it-yourself skin care treatments…. “If you isolate one thing or save anything this year, save the pumpkin. It’s a key ingredient in facials 365 days a year. I offer a facial with pumpkin enzymes all year long at my spa,” said Cox. … Cox said the juice from canned cranberry sauce or pulp from whole cranberries makes for one invigorating hair mask that, in her words, will add “silkiness, softness and luster” to your locks…. Apparently, sweet potatoes reduce inflammation and irritation on the skin, so, in theory, a mashed potato scrub may be able to help reduce that puffiness we all feel the day after Thanksgiving….

(Thanks to investigator Scott Langill for bringing this to our attention.)