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|Subject: Re: Bromine in the diet||Date: 12/13/2012 4:54 PM|
|Author: solarae100||Number: 411235 of 470542|
Wendy, I haven't read that one but many know of it. Where I live, we are very blessed to have grass fed local beef. I like to spread that one around. Turns out that when cows eat grass like they are supposed too, they are high in Omega-3's, just like salmon.
Many beef are fed anything that will make them fat. Anything. Corn is not their natural diet. It causes gastrointestinal problems that require antibiotics.
I am in a region with many small dairies and ranches committed to natural food. I eat lots of beef and milk fat. My cholesterol is low, I am trim, etc.
Make of it what you will.
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