> Maybe I am missing some statistical nuance, but what you wrote about cancer
> incidence doesn't seem to jive with this.
> I am not convinced. I am going to continue to eat roasted salmon, fried
> onions, bratwurst, buttermilk pancakes etc. because they are so damn good.
We all have to make choices about what we choose to live with. There
are certain practices which just aren't "sustainable" for everyone.
I feel like I walk a pretty narrow path by buying every "organic"
grocery item that's available here on my grocery list, among other
things. However, there are many practices which are just beyond me.
I certainly am not convinced that carmelized onions, burnt toast,
etc. are enough of a threat that I'm going to avoid them in my diet.
I also can't stand taking vitamins or any other pills, so anyone
who's pushing a cure-all diet with supplements isn't going to get my
attention. Neither can I imagine "juicing" every vegetable that
comes in the house as some of my friends are promoting. There are
many different levels of "sustainablity." Anita
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