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Cheap food the consequence
JoelVasquezDate: Saturday, 11 August 2012, 8:26 PM | Message # 1
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TS cheaper / cost effective ba in the long run ang ingon ani na proceso f pang personal consumption lng?

Good question. Cheaper is possible, but the most important "value-added" to what you produce is a no-antibiotics, pesticide free, insecticide fee, chemical free, herbicide free, nutritious, delicious, true-organic, healthy, natural ( no-GMO) fish, veggies and herbs. The real "value" you could attach to your very own produce when the health of your family is at stake in "invaluable". You cannot compare this "apple to apple" with what you purchase in the market or even "supermarket". Not even DA 7 can guarantee this quality.

For example, Tilapia fish you buy in the market- what is it fed ? Grown from pond then surely there are chicken manure - with all the anti-biotics that the chicken is fed is passed to the tilapia fish ?? For example if the Tilapia fish cost you say 100.00 php live-clean to produce, is beyond compare to what you buy from the fish God know's where it was produced and what is in the fish market even if the Tilapia fish is sold at 100.00 Php without any effort from your side.

Let your food be your medicine and your medicine your food. See You-tube below.

Charlotte Gerson on Cancer and Disease - YouTube

Message edited by JoelVasquez - Saturday, 11 August 2012, 8:27 PM
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