Irradiated Foods: How Does YOUR Colon Feel?

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posted on May, 27 2006 @ 11:51 AM
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Not to be nitpicky, Draconica, but the main person credited at the bottom of your source is Dr. Mercola, who is well known for his misinformation, money-grubbery, and general lack of expertise. Might want to find another source, although I think you're on the right track, personally. Fresh is always better =).




posted on May, 28 2006 @ 12:41 PM
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Originally posted by bsl4doc
Not to be nitpicky, Draconica, but the main person credited at the bottom of your source is Dr. Mercola, who is well known for his misinformation, money-grubbery, and general lack of expertise...





LOL-- thats quite embarrassing... thank you for the heads up, though, Doc!!



posted on May, 28 2006 @ 12:55 PM
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thankfully in the UK there are very few foods that are irradiated and must be labelled as such

www.food.gov.uk...

Personally I've never seen any irradiated food for sale in supermarkets and wouldn't eat it if I did!



posted on May, 28 2006 @ 01:03 PM
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Well, I can only speak for myself in saying this, I grow most of my own vegetables, fruit, and all of the herbs I use to cook with. Biting into a vegetable from the garden is of course a different taste to most people from store veggies, but there are reasons for this. It may just be the placebo effect kinda thing where you think that it should taste better since it was just ripped from the plant, I don't know. I do feel that when I was a little kid, it seemed that there were more produce options at supermarkets, then I realized something a few weeks ago. The same fruits/veggies are still there, the only difference is now, none of them taste the same to me anymore. It could just be my tastebuds changing, but I swear that I cannot tolerate eating any of the produce from a store anymore. It almost tastes.. like it shouldn't be whatever it is. I can't figure out how to explain it better. What I do know is that I feel healthier and more full of energy when I eat something grown at my place, compared to after I eat something from the grocery.



posted on May, 28 2006 @ 01:29 PM
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Hi niteboy

completely agree with you, home grown veg is soooo much tastier. Supermarkets all sell the same varieties of fruit/veg chosen to last the longest and generally the blandest ones. They have exactly the same produce all year round and rarely have seasonal fruit/veg

Mike



posted on May, 28 2006 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by niteboy82
Biting into a vegetable from the garden is of course a different taste to most people from store veggies...



I completely agree with you-- it doesn't just apply to fruits and veggies, but also eggs and poultry. Unfortunately, I now live in an apartment, and can no longer grow/raise my own fruits, veggies, and chickens...





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