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post #21 of 25 Old 06-04-2010, 10:49 PM
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Appyt, when my horses need weight I add beet pulp pellets to their feed. Much easier to deal with than oil!
So do I.. Actually I feed BP all the time, just not a lot of it to most of my horses. I use it and Alf Pellets as my "grain" ;)

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crabby old man kitteh, my intention isn't to shove it down your throat; I just wanted to share to be helpful. In the face of the oil being touted as the new wonder oil in USA, some members have trusted that line w/out a second thought. Crabby old man kitteh!
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crabby old man kitteh, my intention isn't to shove it down your throat; I just wanted to share to be helpful. In the face of the oil being touted as the new wonder oil in USA, some members have trusted that line w/out a second thought. Crabby old man kitteh!
Fair enough!

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post #25 of 25 Old 06-16-2010, 02:09 AM
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RANT ON. And truth for those with open eyes.

Thanks for spreading that info. Everyone can benefit from it if we only become humble enough first to accept that we've been deceived in so many different ways.

I like that site. I've seen other articles from there, but never really searched around on it.

Here's one I like to visit to learn from the people that have been trudging through the trenches to get rid of their diseases and cancers and so so much more. Alternative Medicine Forums, Blogs & FAQs on CureZone.com "Regrow lost teeth, grow taller, even lost limbs can regrow with the proper knowledge. If you wear glasses, that can be fixed and you can have perfect vision. Even learn how to focus your eyes to have binocular vision when it's wanted. The list goes on and on. Perfect health is achievable. But alas there's bodies out there that stand in the way of this information from being freely distributed. The short reason why is that they don't profit from it."

I could go on and on with subjects like this, but the people that want to know will search out the truth.

Acheiving radiant health living to an age which is at minimum twice that of what is common nowdays is fairly simple. Clean the filters. Then eat only real food full of enzymes, which means stop cooking food and destroying the enzymes. And of course stop putting poisins into the body which are peddled as food.

Oh I also wanted to say something on some of the oils mentioned. Corn, canola, soy. Put those oils in a search engine then add in the, "+ monsanto", or "+ GMO". GMO's are bad and there's evidence showing it. But the FDA tries to keep it from the public all in the intrest of pursuing the paper dollar bill. "You gotta ask yourself why the FDA imprisons people which show the public how to cure their cancers or chronic diseases."

Oh yeah, I don't recall anyone mentioning coconut oil or hempseed oil. So here's my opportunity to contribute. "SEARCH ENGINE" LOL

On and on I could go, but it does not do much good cus those who seek the truth shall find it.

RANT OFF. LOL

Truth passes through three stages. First it is ridiculed. Second it is violently opposed. Third it is accepted as self evident.

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