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What Are You Feeding Your Children?

Whether you’re a parent or not — if you live a busy lifestyle, fast food is convenient. Slowly, but surely, the danger of a fried beef, fried potatoes, white bread way-of-life is being revealed to the public. And some fast food appears to be more dangerous than others.

McDonald’s Happy Meal Resists Decomposition for Six Months

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  1. Mel says:

    Awesome site. You are doing GREAT work! I would love to attend a workshop about how I can bring this information to others in my community. I am passionate about health, fitness and nutrition and know without a doubt that a diet of plants is the way to change the terrible health in this country.

    Let me know if you will ever do something in the Georgia or Southeast to bring your program here. Thanks!

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