Many ask if a certain raw food is good for them. Like someone might like kale but others say it is not good for you raw due to oxalic acid. Keep in mind that doctors and the FDA know a lot about chemistry. They spent millions of dollars testing Vioxx. The FDA approved it and thousand of doctors gave it to millions of patients.
It turns out it was killing people. Vioxx was a huge catastrophe. The article below tells a very simple but powerful way to determine if a food is good for you. It is a much more reliable way and you don't have to be at the mercy of other's wrong ideas.Using Your Animal Instinct
I'm a rube at this health thing - I have spent a lifetime in pursuit of sodium, refined sugar, etc., etc., etc. Now, I am attempting to make lifestyle changes. I've already cut out fast foods, entirely - it tastes like poo, makes me sick, and creates disagreeable effects for days. I've made progress at cutting out sodas, as well. They seem to be just as poisonous as anything else.
Any sites, forums, or books that would be helpful in this pursuit will be greatly appreciated. By the way, I eat meat - I like it a great deal - and I've found that eating wild game is outstanding! Is there a way to consume meats and maintain healthy habits? Honestly, I want to get away from processed ANYthing, particularly meats, due to the antibiotics, steroids, etc.
Oh, and just as an aside: most of our country's agricultural crops have been genetically altered by a corporation which has genetically engineered seeds/plants to be "Roundup Ready" (immune to the effects of sprayed Roundup) BY SPLICING E-COLI BACTERIUM WITH THE LETTUCE/WHEAT/SPINACH/CORN/YOUNAMEIT. Apparently, e-coli is resistant to Roundup and the corporation used that bacteria as a splicing tool. And, we have the nerve to wonder how e-coli could have gotten into the lettuce?
At any rate, thanks for any help, here!