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Old 03-18-2011, 03:23 PM   #496
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Moderation in all things, guys. Don't have too much of something. How do you know if it's too much? Don't look at a label, that shows fear. You don't want to show fear. Just follow your heart. Follow your gut. Believe everything will be OK, and it will be.
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Old 03-18-2011, 10:04 PM   #497
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OK, I will try to keep this simpler than a soundbite.

My advice, and I'm not an expert here, is that we should eat a wide variety of foods and we should do so in moderation.

That means, for example, not eating fried bacon three times a day for weeks.

Did you miss my lentil soup lunch?

Many did


My point here is that we should not be afraid of food or gullible to the next (so called) news about what food will kill us.

Do you remember the great "egg scare" years ago?

That is what I am saying here on this thread. It is why I started this thread.

Eat your bacon and drink your whole milk.

In moderation of course
Moderation is only really important with foods that will have serious consequences on your health, or if you eat so much of one food group at the exclusion of another. The food pyramid you spoke of with disdain a few posts back is what moderation is. It is a very straight forward way of keeping a check on your intake. It's not fear to follow it, nor subscribing to a false health guideline. It's the ideal amounts of everything, good and bad. Lentil soup, buttermilk and pork rind have their place, but not an 8000 calorie
burger. But I suppose the people who would go there are not the kind who make sure they're eating a good balance. It might make a nice change from fried foods and coke for them!
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Oh, and thank you for writing a longer post! It also doesn't come across so antagonistic, which is good for those of us who are quite curious about a few of your views!
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So the McDonald's marathoner did very well. I cannot imagine running 100 miles a week-yikes.

"I couldn't ask for a better run on a tough course in difficult conditions," D'Amico told Palatine Patch after completing the L.A. Marathon with an unofficial time of 2:36.14. He improved his previous best time by 30 seconds despite rain, gusty winds and an all-McDonald's diet.

Palatine Patch reports that he ended up raising more than $26,000 for Ronald McDonald's charities. The 15-time marathon runner said he is not burned out on McDonald's, and his body doesn't seem to be, either. Blood work taken before the challenge showed his cholesterol at 186, by day 25 of all-McDonald's, he was at 158 (he also runs about 100 miles per week).

"If you make good choices and better choices more often than not, you're going to have good results," he told Patch. "There's diet, there's exercise, there's stress. There's a lot of things. That's something I try to tell people to keep in mind. Don't focus on one aspect look at things as a whole."
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Feds sting Amish farmers

1984 or Brave New World?

Feds sting Amish farmer selling raw milk locally - Washington Times
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1. I like Huxley a bit more than Orwell - but that's just me.

2. I hope the government respects their belief system and treats them appropriately.
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On the FDA page

http://www.fda.gov/

If you wish to agree or disagree with this, please post where you can
send a message.

I can't find it
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here is the raw milk link

The Dangers of Raw Milk: Unpasteurized Milk Can Pose a Serious Health Risk

good information. I thrust the government.
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here is the raw milk link

The Dangers of Raw Milk: Unpasteurized Milk Can Pose a Serious Health Risk

good information. I thrust the government.



You trust the government?

Raw Milk Facts...The Raw Milk Information Guide You Can Trust!

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just a quick look at that site

it does seem to have some legit information
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My body has been my laboratory over the years, but we're all unique biochemically, so please use what you learn here carefully- what works for one may not necessarily work for another. As a Nutrition Consultant, even with three decades of independent nutritional research and a degree in Biology, I'm not qualified to give out medical advice.
At least he's a little more honest than most of your "sources".
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Thinking for yourself is fun

No, I don't trust the government entirely, nor do I trust a single website entirely. Why does everything have to be black or white with you? Folks have the freedom to digest a large amount of information from a variety of sources, and come up with a reasonable opinion.

This is a skill Americans are losing due to relying on crap for "news" that has a preformatted opinion baked in for them.
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This is a skill Americans are losing due to relying on crap for "news" that has a preformatted opinion baked in for them.
http://www.this-website-doesnt-help-your-argument.com
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A recent study finds that reducing salt intake
is not necessarily a healthy choice.

New Study Questions Salt Restriction
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you have got some weird obsessions, boy.
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