The International Olympic Committee announced on Friday that 23 athletes from six different countries have tested positive for blood doping, and that a disciplinary commission has been called to review and hand out penalties.
Sounds pretty straightforward, no? Well… until you learn that these 23 athletes' positive tests came from blood they sampled four years ago at the 2012 London Olympics!!
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"BangFit was designed after exhaustive research through the thousands of sexercise studies/articles, consulting with health and fitness experts and professionals (including personal trainers) and cross referencing that with anecdotal evidence on what are the most fun sex positions."
So it is sex… AND science!!
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As for the presence of human DNA, the report states:
"The most likely cause is hair, skin, or fingernail that was accidentally mixed in during the manufacturing process."
Still gross, but not Soylent Green gross.
The research also found there are "gaps" in food safety and quality standards, as the report continues:
"What many consumers don't know is that some amounts of human and rat DNA may fall within an acceptable regulatory range."
Aside from the foreign DNA, other shocking findings concluded that almost a quarter of vegetarian burgers had different ingredients than advertised on the label — two veggie burgers contained beef, and one black bean burger had NO black beans in it! Ugh!