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Paula Sims Donating Member (327 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jan-30-05 12:23 PM
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15. Meat and fish only at Whole Foods, produce at Jewel.
One of my co-worker's wives was part of a research study comparing the children who where raised primarily on organic meat and dairy vs. those that weren't. The conclusion was that those who were fed a diet from the general market (again, focus on meat and dairy) matured faster than those that didn't. The scientists suspect that it's all those growth hormones in the food that's playing with our aging system. Think about it -- perimenipause at 35 was UNHEARD OF 20 years ago. At the rate we're going, we won't be alive to collect Social Security (exaggeration for point).

We're not rich so we now use meat and dairy as a condiments and mostly live on produce (again, I know it's not the best, but we're not rich). Also, the meat at Whole Foods definitely tastes better and fresher. Also, their 365 (house brand) canned tomatoes are wonderful. They actually taste fresh because they are skinned using a steaming method rather than lye.

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