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Doctors are finding a link to weight gain, and many problems

Sadly, we cannot believe all that we read, but several books have been written by Dr.s, that have found that there is a link to gmo grains, and.... WEIGHT gain. For most starving people, this would be good news,for some of us, it is NOT. Also, if your own body rejects food, even if it has been proven to be healthy, you are forced to seek other options. Been there, done that.

Posted by mk
25 January 2013 | 22h00

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