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Old 01-05-2018, 05:12 PM   #46  
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Thank you for the links JudgeDread. I read both articles.

Both my parents, both my sisters and my husband are/were cancer survivors and I have an autoimmune disease. Whether or not the pesticides and preservatives in our food contributed to this I will never know for certain, but I feel better avoiding food that has been treated with chemicals designed to make insects' stomachs explode.....

I'm blessed to have a good job. While I'm certainly not rich I can afford to pay a little extra for my produce. Am I still eating some pesticides? Probably, but I'd rather do what I can than just throw up my hands and give up. When I can't get organic produce, I don't panic, I just wash it well.

It is important to be educated and each of us needs to decide for ourselves.
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Old 05-03-2018, 01:50 AM   #47  
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Organic Food Is Really Very Healthy.
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