Sea Salt typically does taste better than the Windsor (Toy's fault) stuff.
Check your contents on the box. Sea Salt has no sugar or iodine added to it.
"Larry Jaques" wrote in message
wrote:>>>of 40 deadly ingredients added is NOT the way to stay healthy. The
Not _quite_ the same, but thanks for playing.
Inside every older person is a younger person wondering WTF happened.
Uh, no. Just the reverse. All sea salt was originally on the land and washed
into the sea. For example, mammalian blood is slightly less salty than sea
water. From the difference, and by knowing how much salt washes into the sea
each year, anthropologists can calculate almost exactly when our ancestors
moved from the sea to land.
* Aside: There are about 2,000 "salt domes" mapped in and around the Gulf of
Mexico. On average, each dome contains six cubic miles of salt. Since all
Heaven forbid but I have to agree with you you on almost all of that.
"You know that what you eat you are."
"Robatoy" wrote in message
If anything, we don't eat enough meat, but eat waaaaay too much
processed shit they call 'meat'.
Rarely (if ever) does a natural product 'improve' when industrial
corporations screw with it.
Same goes for processed dairy, grain and sugar/salt laden anything!
Take a look at a 1000 year curve of modern diseases and overlay that
on a curve when we started screwing with food. It will amaze you.
Fruits, veggies, meats, unaltered from its natural form (processing,
pesticides etc., etc.) is what will keep us healthy.
A ground-up pig's cock/ears/lips/arse (AKA as a hotdog), with a list
of 40 deadly ingredients added is NOT the way to stay healthy. The
salt alone will hurt you... and now they're all on about 'Sea Salt'?
WTF? Does salt really give a shit where it comes from?
Hey, but find a way, that the nerve that runs from the eyeball to the
brain, can be modified, plumped up, sugared, salted, coloured, and
then sold as a treat to the kids, and the MBA running that outfit will
get another bonus. Of course the packaging will announce in bold
letters: All natural! Sea Salt! Sugar product from natural corn! No
animals were used in the testing of this product..... hey, but testing
on our kids is okay, no?
The absolute garbage they sell in ordinary supermarkets these days
makes me cringe. But wait! There's more! Now they are genetically
modifying that garbage to boot!
How about Occupying Monsanto?
There are still diseases for which there are no really good treatments.
And sometimes the symptoms of a simple problem are very confusing,
especially in the setting of multiple problems. A gallstone or inflamed
appendix are "conventional" problems that can be difficult to pinpoint.
That doesn't mean the patient is orrational or the doctor is a quack. It
does mean there is a rather easy cure (most of the time), once properly
I have heard that veterinarians can treat their patients easier than human
doctors, because the patient can't talk like a human.
You are contributing to lies. Stick to woodworking. This is not a
The operative phrase is "It's worth a read".
Personally, about all I found useful was to use glass containers in a
I would like somebody to show me a case where a pancreatic cancer patient
was cured going to a chem/cut doctor. You know the all God worshipped,
"conventional medicine" doctors.
Some cancers alternative medicines have better results than "conventional
"Han" wrote in message
You are contributing to lies. Stick to woodworking. This is not a joke.
There is indeed an immunological aspect to cancer, as well as an oxygen
aspect, and many bad substances can contribute to cancer. Once you have a
mutation leading to, say CML, a diet can't help you. Perhaps Steve Jobs is
an example. He delayed having surgery FAR, FAR too long in favor of
alternative crooked medicine, and he did eventually die, but could have
lived much longer had he had immediate surgery of his rather tame cancer.
Alternative medicine may help conventional medicine, but in the case of
cancer it can't substitute.
Put-up or shut-up! All you have to do is present compelling evidence
so we can all look at it!
"conventional medicine" is /anything/ that can be shown to repeatedly
work better than a placebo. If there is any bullshit in there, science
will weed it out, and this is what a lot of alternakooks don't like.
They can't stand someone telling them "You are wrong, and this is
To paraphrase Carl Sagan "Science is more a way of thinking than it is
a body of knowledge".
I ask you to show me one example and your response is "Put-up or shut-up!"?
Your definition is flawed the "conventional medicine" only shows what worked
for their "worked better than placebo" tests, as I indicated previously. A
majority of medical testing does not use placebos or double blinded studies.
Much of it uses the same study methods as Alternative medicine techniques.
You have been duped by the Medical Mafia.
I stick with what works. Sometimes it is "conventional" and sometimes
intelligent medicine techniques. I don't like using "better than placebo"
techniques when some have died using them. Get your swine flu vaccine, yet?
"David Paste" wrote in message
After so many lines the powers of deduction rise in your posting!
The poster I found first nailing the Canadian idiot floating through many
newsgroups made a small history of the troll from a woman's newsgroup.
Go look around at Google for "Gymmy Bob" "JP Bengi" with any number of
name changing adaptations of those names.
There is this digest written by an Ossie guy that checks out. Some hours of
reading taking the route of the links posted!
Go upset the idiot to see the reactive copying of your posting name
where the suckers swallow the bullshit in droves.
The real "mII" (hopper) is now PGP signing his postings.
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"Eric" "Josepi" with that "mII" forgery posting to Rec Woodworking have
not a splinter between them. One solid block of wood!
Other names used by the idiot in Rec Woodworking?
Get the picture?
Topical to the thread Bengi is into everything medical over many
newsgroups saying he owns every malady known to man!
Where his ears are ringing in one news group his ass is flowing mucus
in another while he sees none of it as his myopic eye is rotating out
Then there are his mental health problems where he is denying woman in
one group claiming "super bitch" status to be found claiming a wife in
another! All between serious binge sessions slurping up to a still!
All trolls with all hooks quickly consumed by the suckers!
There sure are plenty about these days. Look at this thread!
True. They also cure hundreds of thousands every day.
Alternative therapies kill hundreds of people every day. They
contribute to the deaths of thousands more by discouraging them
from using conventional medical approaches. Steve Jobs, for
And unlike conventional medications, they cure no one.
Those that did, became conventional medication .
Yes. It is same reason why Ponzi schemes and bait an switch
cons exist. There's a new sucker born every minute.
Lew, did you get it from YOUR cousin, or did you just leave that in
the chain letter?
Maybe it's just me, but I prefer to get my cancer advice from an
Would you go to an oncologist for advice on knee surgery?
See more below:
This is literally dead wrong.
Honey is mostly fructose and recent research has shown that
pancreatic cancer cells react differently to fructose than they
do to glucose.
The cancer cells thrive on either sugar. But when fed fructose
they divide (multiply). This word was done on laboratory cultures,
the cancer cells may behave differently in vivo. But it does rather
strongly imply that high fructose foods are best avoided by people
with pancreatic cancer.
It does not mean that fructose causes pancreatic cancer.
Some of the information in that chain letter may be true, maybe not.
But I strongly doubt that ANY of it came from ANY physician, let
alone one from Johns Hopkins. It reads like run-of-the-mill New-Age
Oh and table salt does NOT have something added to it to make it
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