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Just some good common sense

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Found this on a FB post (of course!). It is interesting that it notes that this SHOULD just be common sense, but often is not viewed that way. See what YOU think: eatlocalgrown.com/articl
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  • GINNABOOTS
    It is just plain common sense. My niece is a diabetic and it makes me crazy that she still tries to diet. She will go days without eating to lose weight. She will live on a bag of pork rinds for a whole week. Oh well some just don't follow good health guidelines.
    1371 days ago
  • BOOKWERME
    Ma, that is an advertisement...I think...as opposed to part of the article. I googled 5 foods to avoid and got different lists...one started with artificial sweeteners, another with too much meat, creamy sauces......you get the idea. Lists vary depending on the focus of the ad.
    1372 days ago
  • CELEST
    I've for years argued against the concept of food rotting in your colon. Anyone thats ever had food poisoning knows how sick you get. Hence, eating this before that because of the rotting factor is just not true. Great article.
    1372 days ago
  • MA_DIDDLES
    I listened to the 1st video for a bit, but she never got around to telling what the 5 foods were. It seems all those video's do that, so I don't bother turning them on. Do you remember what the foods were? Let me know, I need to go to bed. Later, MA
    1372 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    I found this interesting. Lots of those myths I've heard over and over. But it is common sense that some of them just don't make sense!
    1372 days ago
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