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[quote:4l02xm1o]Sometimes I wonder if we had all continued eating our unflavored baby foods even beyond our infancy, and did not ever taste the processed, salted, sugared, fryed foods of the older generations, would we be a healthier society?[/quote:4l02xm1o]

I thought the baby foods had different flavors. <img loading=:” title=”Question” />

Now, see, it’s not the food’s problem that we have health problems, but our own lack of control over what we eat. Many people like to indulge.

Personally, based on that article, I wish there were different, more healthy ways that we could accomplish whatever those cancerous chemicals do for our food. I also wonder why the US government even allows those things to be put in food.

[quote:4l02xm1o]God gave me my phyisical body and it is a temple for him, so want to take care of it because it is my responsibility to do so and work to towards having a healthy life.

To me, taking care myself so that I can remain a temple not only means for me to not get tattoos, multiple piercings, smoke and/or do drugs, but it also means getting enough sleep, eating right, and exercising–the basics. [/quote:4l02xm1o]

Yes, I agree with you, but I seem to be having a bit of trouble with that exercising thing. There are only certain kinds of exercising that interest me, others just seem boring. I am trying to cut back on certain kinds of foods I eat though. <img loading=” title=”Smile” />