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Old 10-13-2010, 09:48 AM   #211
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I gave up soda several years ago and I'm so glad I did. The most I ever have now is that snack size ginger ale once in a great while and I feel guilty about even that-but it's good for settling your stomach.

Unfortunately I haven't been able to give up coffee
My wife gave up Diet Coke and cut back on her coffee. I'm not sure what alien/demon force has taken over her body, but it's all good for now.
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It will pass

You seem like such a nice guy so I'm sure being married to you will help
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It will pass

You seem like such a nice guy so I'm sure being married to you will help
Thanks. 18 years worth and I starting to rub off on her.
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18 years-that's great. Here's to many more
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It's okay...I don't add salt to my food, anyway.
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Where do you dig up these websites and links? You're like this forum's crazy grandad who sends unwanted email forwards to all his liberal kids from weird, shady sources.

At least when you link to Fox News I know you may have found something with a legitimate source or with a small (small) amount of fact-checking.

I worry about you iron-man
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Old 10-15-2010, 08:27 PM   #217
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sounds right to me. anything that tries to argue it's point by saying the other point of view is "stupid" is hardly empirical.

nor are pages that look like they were made on geocities back in the 90s, imo.


The current 2010 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine has a very long and well written article titled "The Shocking Truth About Salt"

It exposes the false information about salt (the health scares) and why we are dancing on uncharted waters trying to limit salt in our diets.

The human body needs salt.
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Dr. Pepper was my soda in college.

My morning drink
And evening

This was before HFTCS.


You can still get the original Dr. Pepper here:
Dublin Dr Pepper
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It exposes the false information about salt (the health scares) and why we are dancing on uncharted waters trying to limit salt in our diets.

The human body needs salt.
The human body does need salt, but a pretty small amount, and yes too much is unhealty so this article would be BS if it was trying to say that limiting salt in our diets is bad.

The other issue with salt is that there is a difference between table salt and natural salts, the additives in table salt that are used to make the grains non-stick so it pours easy settle in the blood stream and cause blockages.
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Since we are all but masturbating here about soda...

I miss the 8-packs of glass bottles. I don't like Coke, so there's nothing satisfying about their glass or the Mexican Coke imports in the store. Remember when Pepsi had the sweepstakes with letters under the bottle caps? Awesome.

And if you wanted to be ass? Pop the bottle cap off a glass bottle of Pepsi, put your thumb over the top, shake it up and spray your brother or friend like they deserved. Perfect weapon.

Years and years ago now, somehow my brother and I found a gas station in northern Iowa that still had Mt. Dew in glass bottles. We would drive down there (from Minneapolis) every couple of months and buy all they had.

And good Root Beer from a glass bottle?

Okay, I'm done.
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The other issue with salt is that there is a difference between table salt and natural salts, the additives in table salt that are used to make the grains non-stick so it pours easy settle in the blood stream and cause blockages.
I hadn't heard that.

I know they iodize salt so that people get it in their diets, but if you don't use table salt, then... ... other sources?
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I hadn't heard that.

I know they iodize salt so that people get it in their diets, but if you don't use table salt, then... ... other sources?
Natural Sea Salts...
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Natural Sea Salts...
I meant for iodine. I don't know how much iodine a person needs, where it comes from or what it does for you.


I love sea salt. Which reminds me, I need to get a salt grinder (like a pepper mill).
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Since we are all but masturbating here about soda...

I miss the 8-packs of glass bottles. I don't like Coke, so there's nothing satisfying about their glass or the Mexican Coke imports in the store. Remember when Pepsi had the sweepstakes with letters under the bottle caps? Awesome.

And if you wanted to be ass? Pop the bottle cap off a glass bottle of Pepsi, put your thumb over the top, shake it up and spray your brother or friend like they deserved. Perfect weapon.

Years and years ago now, somehow my brother and I found a gas station in northern Iowa that still had Mt. Dew in glass bottles. We would drive down there (from Minneapolis) every couple of months and buy all they had.

And good Root Beer from a glass bottle?

Okay, I'm done.


I agree that sodas taste much better in glass bottles.

I don't know why here in the U.S. the big soda companies don't understand this.

Yeah, it's cheap to sell a big 2 liter plastic bottle to insure mass consumption,
but why not go with quality taste and moderation?

Glass can be recyclyed over and over.

Plastic , I think, is a lot more pollutive.
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You're wrong.

Plastic takes a lot less energy to recycle than glass.

It also decomposes in about half the time.
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