Mucophagy comes with many health risks due to the potential ... from the action
of nose picking, and the germs on fingers and in mucus.
May 13, 2013 ... A biochemist believes that eating boogers helps introduce pathogens from ... Don
't Pick Your Nose: Never Mind, Boogers May Be Good for You ...
It's the kind of afternoon you can't imagine being anywhere but outdoors. This
time, you're at the park, not for exercise, but for some mental recreation. It's time
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Mar 28, 2015 ... Eating your boogers might be the best decision you make all day! Mucus, as
gross as it might seem, can actually help your immune system.
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Jul 21, 2015 ... Many kids are notorious for picking their nose and eating their own boogers. Is
this potentially dangerous for your health? Read More: Boogers: ...
Mar 7, 2014 ... So if there is a benefit here, you get it without needing to munch your nose ... In
2004, he reasoned that eating boogers is healthy for a similar ...
Apr 30, 2013 ... Could picking your nose and eating it actually be good for you? the ... Snot has a
sugary taste, according to Napper (an assertion I can't bring ...
Apr 26, 2013 ... A Canadian biochemistry professor wants to examine the idea that picking and
eating your own boogers might actually be good for your health.
Apr 30, 2013 ... Could Eating Boogers Actually Be Good? ... pick their noses and eat the dried
nasal mucus - their boogers - actually had some health benefits?
An Austrian doc thinks the road to good health is paved with boogers. Read
about his theory and tell us what you think.