I can't agree more!
A simple experiment you can perform at home is with pet food
(assuming you have pets). You can feed a cat with generic pet food from a
supermarket and it will survive - but observe what is left in the litter box
(volume and quality). Then feed it with high-quality (read that expensive)
Rx brand from a veterinarian (main ingredients meat) and record your
observations. There will be MUCH lower intake requirement and much less
left in the litter box and the animal's vitality will be observably
increased. Since we are human animals, it only makes sense that a higher
QUALITY diet will produce similar results?
Improved State Mottos - Montana:
Land of the Big Sky, the Unabomber, and Very Little Else
From: Aquatfs@aol.com [mailto:Aquatfs@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2000 12:33 PM
Subject: Re: sanet-mg-digest V1 #1796
The quality and life sustaining propoerties of food can only be GROWN into
the food, not added later by eliminating hazards or adding substances. I
agree that consumers have a responsibility for consuming life sustaining
foods, but this should be expressed by demanding that the farmers produce
life sustaining foods, not by turning their kitchens into a P4 biohazard
facility. There are those who claim that this would increase the cost of
and price it out of reach of many people. To this I would suggest reading
works of Pfeiffer. He claimed that truly wholesome food is likely to cost
more at the store, but that less of this food needs to be eaten than
conventionally grown food. He believed that consumers would actually be
further ahead financially, let alone the favorable impact on their health.
Alan Ismond, P.Eng.
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