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I know my onions

I know my onions


24 x 34 cm

Acrylic, conte crayon, pencil & ballpoint pen on collage


I know what I know but I would like to know more

My mind needs stimulation, development and growth

Hungry for knowledge and learning the most

There is always something else to know

The wonders will never cease

Every day is a school day but I know you don’t understand

Your brain is full your thoughts are mud and you never will

Things which I investigate and dissect with my question

A challenge my reasons are apparent

Everything you need to know about onions, including their potential health benefits. Onions are a healthy component of a human’s diet. Research shows that eating onions may help reduce heart disease risk factors, such as high blood pressure, elevated triglyceride levels, and inflammation. Studies also show that onion consumption is associated with improved bone mineral density. Onions have been shown to inhibit the growth of potentially harmful bacteria like E. coli and S. aureus.

However, just to balance things out onions may cause adverse digestive effects in some people. A raw onion can cause eye and mouth irritation, making us sad but not sad an increased tear production. When cut, an onion’s cells to release a gas called lachrymatory factor (LF) The gas activates neurons in your eyes that cause a stinging sensation, followed by tears that are produced to flush out the irritant. The onion’s base has a higher concentration of these substances than the bulb.

Onions can be deadly for some animals, including dogs, cats, horses, and monkeys.

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