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    I rather get cancer I think...

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    Meat in general increases your risk of cancer, including prosciutto and slow cooked steak...

    That site is pretty dodgy though. http://www.naturalnews.com/034272_MS...glutamate.html <- wtf
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    I wish celiac disorder and cancer upon them, I plan on drinking, eating and living to 100.

    MSG is natural extract and it's no worse then hard cheese, tomato's, fish sauce, etc... aaaaaaaaaaaargggggggggg...

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    I eat them all and so do the doctors I work for...we're all fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkkmr View Post
    MSG is natural extract and it's no worse then hard cheese, tomato's, fish sauce, etc... aaaaaaaaaaaargggggggggg...
    Also human milk! Breastfeed your child that MSG, natural-loving mother... (well technically just G but it's the same damn thing)
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    I avoid eating meat and certain seafood. I like vegetables, fruits, and fish, as long as it fresh and healthy.

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    Hot dogs are repulsive, bacon is delicious, doughnuts are too filling, the others are nice.

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    http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/NaturalNews
    Adams is a flat out opponent of modern medicine and opposes any medication or doctor visits. He is a raw food proponent and committed Anti-vaccinationist and calls himself the Health Ranger or holistic nutritionist. He opposes food which contains sugar, was cooked or made to last, "red" meat, sweeteners, glutamate, homogenized milk, bread and "white" flour, washing powder of some brands, deodorants and shampoos as well as fluoride toothpaste.
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    Are you saying this isn't forreal, crispy??!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Director Abbie View Post
    Hot dogs are repulsive, bacon is delicious, doughnuts are too filling, the others are nice.
    No, they're all wonderful, and if they were people I would give them hugs.
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    Top 5 things that will kill you:

    1. Time
    2. Viruses
    3. Bacterias
    4. Prasites and other hosts
    5. poisons

    The very top thing that will kill you:

    YOUR GENES.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    I hate most of those foods anyway... hotdogs, french fries, lunch meat, bacon, donuts, anything fried.... yuck.
    Ya eyed don't really like any of the foods on that list. All taste cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispy View Post
    That site is awesome, thank you!
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    Really any "modern" food is going to kill you. If its fast and you didn't make it yourself then it's safe to say that it's bad for you.
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    I call bullshit on meat or saturated fat causing cancer. Something tells me they don't use meat from pastured animals in these studies.

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    Subject: Drinking Cold water after meal = Cancer!

    For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you. It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion.

    Once this "sludge" reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine.

    Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.

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    Not all of the commercial varieties of these contain trans-fat nowadays. Dunkin Doughnuts is trans fat free (they claim). I don't eat hot dogs...but bacon dam....I can't get the good bacon where I'm at. No Whole Foods...which actually has organic bacon (and nitrate/nitrite free) for only 1$ more. The same with lunch meats. What pathetic stores Harris teeters/food lion/wal-mart etc are! The processed meats they carry are of terrible quality, contain lies and are expensive! It's also pathetic if any non fast food place uses trans-fat...I mean the price difference is tiny! Pure laziness and greed! I've heard that local places are now among the worst offenders due to national chains being forced to cut back on trans fat. The law punishes them more for it.
    Oh yeah FUCK GIRLS SCOUT COOKIES. Bitches should bake their own damn home-made cookies. Pathetic:the word of the day.

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    On the topic of french fries, I read that nightshade vegetables in general, including potatoes, are potentially hazardous if you have a calcium deficiency. They contain natural chemicals which pull calcium from your bones and deposits it elsewhere. For example, your joints, contributing to arthritis!

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    Are you trying to say I shouldn't eat bacon, cake, and doughnuts? Cancer is worth my nom-noms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nil View Post
    Are you trying to say I shouldn't eat bacon, cake, and doughnuts? If so then fuck you. Cancer is worth my nom-noms.
    I'm going to put my captain obvious and serious hat on and say that it's okay in great moderation. It's no surprise all the foods listed I like on occasion and in humble servings or else my body feels really awful. I don't know how some people can pack that kind of food into their bodies without keeling over and feeling like utter hell. All I know is listen to your body because it gives sound advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wookie View Post
    All I know is listen to your body because it gives sound advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    I eat them all and so do the doctors I work for...we're all fine.
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    Since when is MSG a carcinogen? >_____________________>

    It's only bad for all the reasons table salt is bad, I'm pretty sure.
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    Starfall these foods are really bad for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taknamay View Post
    Since when is MSG a carcinogen? >_____________________>

    It's only bad for all the reasons table salt is bad, I'm pretty sure.
    In fact if you replace some of your salt with MSG, it's better for you because you'll use less because it packs more of a flavour punch, and the % of sodium by weight in MSG is lower than in table salt. Win!
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    Quote Originally Posted by octo View Post
    In fact if you replace some of your salt with MSG, it's better for you because you'll use less because it packs more of a flavour punch, and the % of sodium by weight in MSG is lower than in table salt. Win!
    You can also substitute fish sauce if you're cooking...

    Or parmesan cheese/soy sauce if you're seasoning at the end...

    MSG today is created via fermentation and is a natural process like beer or wine making.

    Unless you got some sort of allergy to Glutamic acid, it's no different then eating delicious food from any number of sources.

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    More than 12 hot dogs per month seem to be quite a lot - you'd basically have to eat one hod dog every other day?

    French fries do have a nice taste though...
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    I was at subway today and the old lady behind the counter was enticing me to get a bacon.

    I said no.










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    The reason why the are so bad is because they have a tremendously high trans fats content; trans fats aren't very digestible and accumulate somewhere, either in your liver or arteries, greatly reducing your immune system and further causing overall slow down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa Darmandzhyan View Post
    The reason why the are so bad is because they have a tremendously high trans fats content; trans fats aren't very digestible and accumulate somewhere, either in your liver or arteries, greatly reducing your immune system and further causing overall slow down.
    Yes, although it is not cancer.
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    I have a question:

    I have a nonstick fry pan and the coating is peeling off...is it safe to keep it and continue using it?

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    I usually hate throwing things away if they're still usable, but I would get rid of it. If it's Teflon-coated, it can make you sick if it gets in your food. Actually, even the fumes from Teflon can cause health problems. Instead, go and buy a cast iron pan. It's the "original nonstick pan" and will last you generations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Baby View Post
    I usually hate throwing things away if they're still usable, but I would get rid of it. If it's Teflon-coated, it can make you sick if it gets in your food. Actually, even the fumes from Teflon can cause health problems. Instead, go and buy a cast iron pan. It's the "original nonstick pan" and will last you generations.
    It is and I HATE throwing things away, too. What a waste of the environment. I got it because it was made in France and I thought it would be quality enough to last a long time, but I am now convinced that NO non stick pan is worth it. I hope they come up with a way to reuse these things. I'm either using cast iron from now or clad.

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