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From: marty (cpe-76-167-150-67.socal.res.rr.com)
Subject:         cleaning produce with grapefruit seed extract
Date: December 19, 2007 at 3:54 pm PST

Hi Jeff,

In light of the recent news that grapefruit may increase the odds of breast
cancer
by inhibiting the bodies detox process, would you recommend against using
grapefruit seed extract to wash produce?

Do you know if the grapefruit seed extract affects the body the same way as
does the whole grapefruit?

And finally, how do you clean your produce? We consume, on a weekly basis,
approximately 20 heads of lettuce, 7 heads of collards, kale, and bok choy,
about 35 apples, plus large quantities of tomatoes, bell peppers, celery,
cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower etc.(all for just two people).

Right now I just fill up one side of the sink with water and add a splash or two
of raw apple cider vinegar and a little sea salt. Even though everything is
100 % certified organically grown, I miss the added security of the grapefruit
seed extract. Am I being overly cautious? Is there a substitute you
recommend?

Thanks in advance Jeff, and thanks for all your efforts to keep us healthy!

marty

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