Re: One More Diet BookMostly common knowledge to anyone who takes their food consumption and health seriously.
Re: One More Diet BookI personally see nothing wrong with taking supplements. I do agree, however, that as long as one is eating a balanced diet, supplements probably aren't necessary. But unless you're slamming copious amounts (way more than the RDA) I doubt it hurts anything. And let's face it, only a small percentage of people eat enough nutrient-rich foods to get every single vitamin and mineral they need on a daily basis.
Re: One More Diet BookVery true, grown food *is* an organic life form, so technically you're right. But the word "organic" has been thrown around so much that it doesn't really mean what it's supposed to mean. Organic is a term now used to describe something that's grown (or raised) without antibiotics, pesticides and other chemicals.
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