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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:28 AM
You really are a viscious human being. Make you feel good to be so vile to folks that counter your absurd statements with reasoned arguments? This is one of the reasons I rarely post at TH anymore. Have a nice day. I'm done. Go argue with yourself and pat yourself on the back that you have all the answers.
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:21 AM
Wow. Hyperbole much? What are you more afraid of? Natural foods or government mandates? Soylent Green? We already ingest foods that utilize aborted fetal matter. Soda Pop for one.
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:18 AM
No. Not myth. Lots of 'evidence' to see if you check. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111202061928AAH01qP
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:15 AM
Chlorine is used to combat microbial contamination, but it can react with organic matter in the water and form dangerous, carcinogenic Trihalomethanes. According to Dr. Joseph M. Price, MD, in Moseby's Medical Dictionary, "Chlorine is the greatest crippler and killer of modern times. It is an insidious poison". In a 1992 study that made front-page headlines, and was reported on in the July issue of the American Journal of Public Health researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee found that people who regularly drink tap water containing high levels of chlorine by-products have a greater risk of developing bladder and rectal cancers than people who drink unchlorinated water.
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:53 AM
I'd be happy to have the flouride out of our water supply. It was used in the concentration camps in Germany to keep the prisoners docile. But, I digress.
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:49 AM
Name-calling does nothing to add credence to your post. Educate yourself some. Highly recommend Nourishing Traditions (Cookbook). It includes meats not considered 'food' by Torah, but overall is a good book to read to educate yourself on what constitutes healthy food. Where are you getting your information on what is 'good' for you? We have been taught to fear anything not regulated by the FDA. Think about that, some.
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:16 AM
I'd rather worry about an insect than chemical fertilizers etc. You might be interested in learning how much pus is allowed by the FDA in the milk that is supposedly clean, pasturized etc. And the new trend that has put natural farmers, dairies that provide raw milk etc., that have been shut down by force (with SWAT teams, for pete's sake!) and had all their animals killed lately. You want choice?
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:10 AM
Actually, everyone eats food that 'tastes good.' What 'tastes good' is a learned behavior. But, because white sugar, white flour etc. stimulate your appetite and are so devoid of good nutrition that you never feel full or satisfied, we overeat and never make up the deficits in vitamins and minerals.
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Mrs. Paddy Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:06 AM
This is one of the many good reasons to follow Torah. Our Creator knows what is good for us, including which animals are good for 'food' and which ones are not. He also gave us instructions about seed-mixing (i.e. GMOs, etc.) that we, today, ignore along with all the other prohibitions on eating animals that carry disease. Now they put spider silk in milk, pesticides and hormones and who-knows-what in our food, chemicals as preservatives, and modify genetics so that seeds cannot reproduce themselves. Why do you suppose Americans lead the world in preventable disease? We are at the mercy of our own complacence. Eat Organic and Kosher and feel better.
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