reply to post by concerned190
I agree that it is far from a simple process. A simple process was the way we used to eat, before the likes of GREEDY industry like M, got it's
filthy fingers into everything.
You know, the good old days, where the process entailed picking the veg, cooking it and eating it, or just picking and eating.
Not many centrifuges involved then were there!
Our UK population is getting fatter and fatter too. It's due to the same crap foods, and poisons they put into them.
I bought a bottle of lemonade today, and out of about 8-10 brands of lemonade on the shelves, i had to search for the one, single brand that didn't
have any artificial poisonous sweeteners in it. ONE out of maybe 8 or 10 brands! (and that wasn't really lemonade as such, but a well known lemon and
lime drink, so i failed really)
What the hells wrong with good old sugar anyway?! Real sugar, from beet or cane..that we all used up until greedy industry got involved and discovered
a way to dispose of toxic industrial byproducts packaged as sweetener? Ahh..i just answered my own question i think.
I refuse to buy anything that has artificial anything contained within, as much as i possibly can, but i have to tell you, it's not that easy to
do..almost everything on the shelves contains either MSG, Hydrogenated fats, artificial sweeteners, artificial colours, and/ or the rest of the junk
they pile into most things.
We never eat packet, pre-prepared rubbish either. I can make a meal for my whole family (4), that is very tasty, low fat, nourishing, full of vitamins
and minerals and very satisfying, for about £3-4 or less. I do this often, and only use fresh ingredients, apart from powdered spices or dried herbs
Our kids don't have fizzy pop, they have juice mixed with water. When we give them sweeties (candy to you yanks) none of them have artificial this
and that in either, and anything with H.F. and MSG or A.S. in it goes right back on the shelf for the depressed looking fatties wheezing up the isles
behind us to pick up and shove into their trolley.
It can be done, but your shopping trip will take a lot longer, having to read through all the labels, until you get used to the brands and products
but it's still possible to buy food without crap oozing out of it (Just still possible). I'm not talking necessarily about Organic only foods here
I suppose if the evidence, seen with our own eyes is lumbering around, sweating on relatively cool days, filling up the diabetes wards and heart
units, is right in front of us and we still don't get the message, it will be our own fault for allowing these foul, horrible companies to do it to
us and laugh all the way to their banking mates.
The solution, is to boycott as many products as possible that contain all this crap, and sooner or later, if enough people do not buy the stuff,
they'll wither have to change their ways, or go out of business...either or works for me.
The power is in our hands and in our pockets. If we don't pick the stuff and don't buy it, things will have to change.