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      Kathy023 wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • This just blows my mind!  I will never eat a happy meal again.



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      UK Girl wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • OMG I’ve almost vomited in my mouth ...... just incredible



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      Bonnierae wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • Oh my , so many people are so not aware thanks Rose
      perfect for not wanting to eat todayheart



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      Maryann Rhodey wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • That is so disgusting!  Thank you for opening my eyes, Rose!



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      Anne E wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • Eeeww!



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      Rose Nino wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • It is pretty gross. The worst is that most children out there are eating this stuff. It’s so sad. heartbreak



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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 2, 2010
    • Personally I don’t see anything amazing or disgusting about this video.  If beef is left to dry out, it becomes essentially jerky.  The only way it would mold is if it were kept in a damp environment.  Same thing goes for bread and cheese.  What happens when you leave a hamburger bun out on the counter?  At my house it dries rock hard in about 18 hours.  Therefore, it’s not going to mold.  Same thing with a slice of cheese.  Once these things are dried out, they‘re not going to spoil or mold.



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      Max0125 wrote Mar 3, 2010
    • I recently got the dvd Food 101 and one of the points made in the dvd was that food now is manufactured not to perish. However, we should eat food that is perishable since it has the most nutrition, i.e. fruits veggies, etc.

       I used to eat this wonderful cheese entitled Extreme Heat Habenero Jack cheese which never rotted!



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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 3, 2010
    • In the frig food will break down and turn into a science project.   Left in the open air it dehydrates which is a natural way of preserving food.



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      Vikki Hall wrote Mar 3, 2010
    • Ok I read the comments before watching the video so now I’m not watching it!



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      Nathalie Girard wrote Mar 3, 2010
    • It’s an impressive video but I do not think it proves anything.I agree with tuliplady, no humidity, no mildew.



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      Rose Nino wrote Mar 3, 2010
    • I’m with Annie123, I’m not an expert either. I just thought it was pretty interesting and gross. And is it just me or has anyone else noticed that our lettuce, tomatoes, etc., lasts a lot longer now than ever before? and if they weren’t chemically altered do you think it would be able to sit at the grocery stores for as long as they do? I wonder how long it takes before they start rotting? if they even rot at all. But I agree with max0125, it does make you wonder about the nutritional value. I read a study that said that back in the 60’s you could eat ONE cup of spinach and get all the vitamins, minerals, etc from it, but now because of fertilizers and pesticides, etc., we would have to eat something like 20 something cups just to equal the nutrition from back then. Something like that. I also remember as a little girl, that my mom always left eggs out on the counter and now because of hormones and antibiotics, we can’t do that. Either way, it’s pretty scary. But I’m no expert, and it’s just my personal opinion. estatic



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      Trudy S wrote Mar 5, 2010
    • I buy organic for that reason...I actually find organic last LONGER.  I know that sounds counter intuitive but that is what I have found.

      Regarding eggs....in Asia, they still are kept on the counter in many place because they don’t wash them there when they are gathered, like we do in our factory farms.  Washing takes off the coating that protects them.

      Ever wonder how a hen can sit on an egg for days and it never goes bad?  That is why.  When they are laid ...and not washed... they have a protective coating that keeps them from spoiling.

      Not saying that our food isn’t nutritionally lacking these days - that is why I buy mostly organic...and only organic meat. I also supplement with nutritionally complete Isagenix products.  To be honest, Isagenix is our food and we supplement with fruits and veg.  I know I can trust what is in those products...not always what is on the shelf.

      There is a great list on [Link Removed] that tells you what the top 13 'must buy organic' items are.  The ones that when you buy in the 'regular' aisle are either totally nutritionally void or so covered in toxins that they aren't worth the money you spend.


      Isagenixbeliever, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.



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      Nathalie Girard wrote Mar 6, 2010
    • I totally agree with bernadette68.



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      Rose Nino wrote Mar 6, 2010
    • I agree as well. And I believe your doctor bernadette68. I have seen first hand what the lack of nutrition is doing to us. It’s one of the reasons I choose to use a nutritional program that has made such an impact in my life. I would not have believed it, if I had not been there myself.  

      Thank you all for sharing.  

      heartestatic



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      Denise Richardson wrote Mar 6, 2010
    • LOL I’m with Vikki89 not going to watch the video I’ll take everyone else’s words for it.



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      Doreen XoXo wrote Mar 6, 2010
    • NOt a gross video.  A very informative one for sure.  And I just ate fries yesterday.  Yep, I can see em on my thighs already!

      xoxo



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      Maryann Rhodey wrote Mar 6, 2010
    • I’m with Bernadette 68!  Thanks for the good info.



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      Msj wrote Mar 31, 2010
    • I just discovered the reason for my IBS! and digestive problems
      THANK YOU!



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      Kerri1985 wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • WOW!!! SCARY IS RIGHT I WILL EAT THEIR FRIES EVERY AGAIN... WELL I WILL NOT EAT THERE PERIOD. THANK YOU SO MUCH.



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      Cristina Corral wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • That is so disgusting but true.  Once again, one of the main reasons my daughter had precocious puberty, I think.  I NEVER let them eat there anymore! it has been 6 yrs, thus far!!



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