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Thread: P3/ P4 Alll Organic Food?

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    Thanks guys for your answers
    As I'm working at home I do order most organic food from online stores. Mostly sausages (sliced or brats) as we do not really get that here in the "normal" groceries.
    I noticed that my friends gave me a weird look talking about organic food and that I want to change my food.
    Ok, so I'm trying to change my habbits..... suncat... you're so right with the grass feed cows

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    Scott-
    Could you post that website again that you buy the raw cheese- or at least lead me to the right thread. I can't remember where you posted that. Thanks!

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    Thanks- found it- organic pastures- right?

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    Luvcats.... check out

    http://www.treknature.com/gallery/Europe/United_Kingdom/photo33490.htm

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    crud, of course I meant LuvKats ... sorry

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    I live in the Metro Detroit area. By visiting my local Farmers Market, I found farms that grow organic fruits and veggies and farms that raise organically fed animals providing an array of cuts of poultry, beef, pork, lamb and eggs. They also have access to Amish butter and cheese. Right now I get a weekly delivery of my meat and eggs. I love the idea the animals live a nice life, eatting the way they are meant to eat, sunshine and no over crowing. The meat is so much better. Just the way my parents used to feed me. No antibiotics, hormones or inhumane treatment of animals. Thr other good part is they deliver for no extra charge right to my door as long as I have an order of at least 60 dollars.

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    I haven't switched to all organic because it's not financially feasible right now, but I have switched to non-processed, and Dr. T was right.

    The only times the scale has jumped for me were after I ate at the mall food court with my kids. First time, Japanese (no starch) & 2 soft pretzel nuggets, second time some frozen fried shrimp. Both times, big scale jump, considering the calories taken in.

    Compare this with some other days when I ate--at night--popcorn cooked in oil with a little butter and lots of salt, plus frozen yogurt with almonds and some chocolate sauce, and no scale movement!

    So, if you can't go all the way organic, at least go non-food service, non-processed!
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    By the way, when I was in LA on business I ate at a salad bar at Gelson's market, on P2.

    There was a warning that balsamic vinagrette dressing has been found to have lead in it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sherri kay View Post
    If you havent watched "Food Inc" I highly reccomend it. It helped me really think about it.
    sherri kay, I'm so glad you posted that. It's a great introduction to what is really happening to our food supply. Very eye opening and most people will be shocked to see how much of our food supply is genetically modified to be resistant to weed killers and pesticides.

    I use to be organic when I was younger then took a "break" as life stressers occurred and eating out became a convenient way of life. About 8 years ago when my granddaughter was born I went totally organic for her and started to incorporate it more again for myself. After learning recently that GMO's (genetically modified organisms) are in basically everything that is not organic in our grocery stores I made the total switch. By the way, GMO's are not labeled on food products in USA and they are banned in all other countries...

    I am just finishing up with R1/Ph2 and have lost 33 lbs. The fat stores from the years of unhealthy eating are being flushed out and I am anxious to release the rest and live a long and healthy life!

    Thanks for starting this forum, I agree with alot of Dr. Trudeau's thoughts, especially the need to eat as much organic as possible. There are a few fruits and vegetables that are OK to eat non-organic; look up the "Clean 15". There are also 12 that you should ONLY eat organic; look up the "Dirty Dozen". Education is our best resource!
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    [QUOTE=suncat;107375]Also, I wonder if the more demand there is for organic, maybe the price will go down..it makes no sense that there are grass raised cows that are just eating grass in Wyoming (we have a friend who owns a ranch) and they are purchased and then FATTENED UP with corn, hormones, etc. that costs money and then it is cheaper to feed us that beef that is part of the cause of obesity, heart disease in the 50's I believe (that and the invention of corn syrup and other fake foods) and organic meat is so expensive...

    Suncat, it has alot to do with the integration of the huge chemical companies; ie. Monsanto, having former executives now in our FDA and other powerful positions in our government that are also linked to the pharmaceutical companies. Watch the movie "Food Inc." and be enlightened...
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    Sometimes they are fed CEMENT DUST too so they weigh more at slaughter. It's a sick sick world. Eat organic!

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    First time I stumbled on this thread today.... I concur! After losing two close friends in as many years at way too young of an age, it started me on my journey to improving my health. For those of you who are interested in learning about what's really going on with our food supply, and 'conventional' allopathic medicine, which is driven by the pharmaceutical industry, I highly recommend following mercola.com. It's really opened my eyes to the fact that at least for the last 20 years things have changed... and NOT for the better. I used to think (like alot of people), that 'organic anything' was followed by only 'the sky is falling, tree hugger types', but they were right all along! Organic eating does cost more, at first blush, however, when you factor in that people will be eating less junk, and processed foods, and the cost of poor health, it is in fact LESS expensive. The fact that our governments now dictate what we are and are not allowed to have access to infuriates me. Altho I am Canadian, from what I've learned, in the US, your 'candidate' Ron Paul (who happens to be an MD), is the only one who advocates cleaning up the food supply, allowing access to raw dairy products, etc. In California next year there will be a vote for mandatory labeling of GMO foods (BTW which is the law in Europe) For myself, when I switched to grass fed beef, free range chicken/eggs, organic produce, and clean water, I definately noticed that not only does it TASTE better, but within 3 months, I felt better than I have in a long time.

    Thankfully, for more and more people, the lightbulb is turning on... there is a reason why there are so many people around us who are allergic, sick and on pharmaceuticals. We need to stand up and take responsibility for our own health!
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