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Thread: The Silent Time Bomb on Your Plate

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    What a well put together video- There is so much to be done to get back to healthy food - I love growing my own stuff and shopping at the local farmers markets. It also shows the reason my husband and I are vegetarians, altho there's still a lot of risk that too, with all the chemicals and genetic modifications. At least we are not contributing to those factory-livestock operations. Thanks for sharing the movie, Ditter!
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    If you eat a fast food hamburger you are eating disgusting made meat. I would not let my child eat in the school cafeteria either, it's the cheapest made food with fillers that can be sold. How many parents check the food that is bought for the school? Who manufactures it, what is the ingredients? It's not healthy food, it just fills the stomach.
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    Sorry, double post
    Last edited by BellaBoo; 03-01-2012 at 08:17 AM.
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    Great info - thanks for the post!

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    I watched part of the video and have mixed feelings about it. I am a small dairy farmer. I think that raw milk should be readily available for the public to purchase. Our government disagrees. I drink my own milk and feel blessed to be able to have it. I don't know what the answer is to our food delimia. I cannot imagine small vegatable farmers being able to feed New York City or any other large city. The majority of our population has NO access to grow their own food. What is the answer???? It is very true that we are spoiled with convenient food.
    Patricia

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