FRUCTOSE – Nominated for ‘Word of the Year’

Committed Sardines and Fructose and Blue WhalesA school of Sardines can reach enormous sizes as big as a Blue Whale, the largest mammal on earth. That school of fish can change direction in a 'blink of an eyelid' whereas a Blue Whale can take up to 3 minutes to turn 180 degrees.Have you considered how a school of fish can do that?At any point of time in that mass of fish there will be fish swimming in the opposite direction. If enough fish START A CHANGE then there will be a tipping point and the entire school will change immediately. That percentage is often only a small number.I believe that we are approaching a tipping point as we look to see that WE ARE WHAT WE EAT. The whole awareness of sugar, and in particular the Fructose component, being a major contributor our health issues is rapidly approaching.The fact that you are reading this makes you part of that group considering that our current direction is all wrong.I have had a long standing personal motto.'ONLY DEAD FISH SWIM WITH THE CURRENT'You know you are truly alive and breathing hard when you are going against the main stream. Thanks for reading this far. :)Thank you Chris Laycock for the concept.


I am just thrilled to see that the communities’ awareness is lifting and that the effects of our sugar consumption on our bodies is being considered.

On New Year’s Eve I was operating in theatre and we discussed the ‘Word of the Year’ for 2012. The consensus was ‘FRUCTOSE’.

Most of us had barely heard of the word a year before but through my ranting and others, information was amongst us. Some had committed to the new concept, some had tried it but everyone was aware. A huge turnaround in 12 months.

The ‘Sardines are Committing’ – See my blog below from last month on this change in thinking.

If FRUCTOSE didn’t win in 2012 it should ‘take the cake’ for 2013.