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What to eat when your at a restaurant

August 25, 2008 , , , , , , , ,

The truth of the matter is that unless you are paying top dollar for your dining experience, you are just eating costco and restaurant depot quality food. Restaurants have to make a profit so they need to buy cheap food in order to stay in business. If you ever come accross a free range chicken on the menu, more likely than not, it was a bird which was still fed grains which is loaded with fungus and mold.

The feed they use on most animals are “not for human consumption”. This means that it contains toxins that are too high in concentration for human standards. The stupidity in this is that we eat it as soon as we order food in restaurants. What’s worse is that it now becomes a more concentrated higher dose when consuming that animal who was feeding on garbage fungus loaded grains.

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    […] Neil E. Levin, CCN, DANLA wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptThe truth of the matter is that unless you are paying top dollar for your dining experience, you are just eating costco and restaurant depot quality food. Restaurants have to make a profit so they need to buy cheap food in order to stay in business. If you ever come accross a free range chicken on the menu, more likely than not, it was a bird which was still fed grains which is loaded with fungus and mold. The feed they use on most animals are “not for human consumption”. This means that it contains toxins that are too high in concentration for human standards. The stupidity in this is that that we eat it as soon as we order food in restaurants. What’s worse is that it now becomes a more concentrated higher dose when consuming that animal who was feeding on garbage fungus loaded grains. For more […] […]

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