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10 Foods Americans Eat That Are Banned In Other Countries

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That's a very rugged read.  Phew.  Hard stuff to take in - so much of that has been part of my diet and my family's diet for as long as I can remember.

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I have known a few people from Europe. While they appreciate a great deal of our culture, they can not understand what we are doing to our food supply. The poisons we allow and the portion sizes blow them away.

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That's a very rugged read.  Phew.  Hard stuff to take in - so much of that has been part of my diet and my family's diet for as long as I can remember.

I know, Amy!  I had a similar reaction.  Even stuff I knew may not be 'optimal', I at least assumed was 'safe'.

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I have known a few people from Europe. While they appreciate a great deal of our culture, they can not understand what we are doing to our food supply. The poisons we allow and the portion sizes blow them away.

I'm in the UK & counting my blessings :blink:

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I don't eat any of those foods. That's the great thing about W30, avoid processed food, avoid most of those bad things.

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Well, we are ALL eating meat and chicken. So how do we know our meat does not contain those chemicals/drugs? If you get your meat from a farmer you can trust does not use those chemicals, that is great. But, I would not necessarily trust that Whole Foods meats are clean. None of the meats in their meat cases (other than some chicken) are labelled as organic. Just because they are labelled grass fed or stage 4 does not mean they are organic.

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