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From: Leslie (
Subject:         Re: Trying to make changes, but SO CONFUSED
Date: July 6, 2011 at 4:00 pm PST

In Reply to: Trying to make changes, but SO CONFUSED posted by Mary Nguyen on June 25, 2011 at 6:33 am:

You're so right, there's so much conflicting information. What really makes the most sense, when you boil all the water out of it, is to eat as close to unprocessed as possible. That means apples over apple pie, potatoes over french fries, you get the idea. Personally, I'm vegan for ethical reasons but have found that there are hundreds of foods one eats being vegan than are ever considered in the standard american diet. It makes sense to limit sugar, and any kind of milk is technically not necessary, every species is weaned and then quits drinking milk, think about it. That said, I use almond milk because I enjoy the taste and its vegan. Sometimes I use tofu and occasionally "fake" meat products, but most diet should just be unprocessed food -- vegetables, grains preferably in their whole form, fruit, beans.

I buy organic when I can, organic apples taste so much better to me, but when I can't afford it I just buy standard stuff.

Someone once said don't eat anything your grandmother wouldn't recognize as food. That might be pretty close to the truth.

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