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Old Tue, Jul-03-18, 17:05
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The bottom line for me is a meassure of K2 and omega 3's and 6's.

And flavor, lol.
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Old Tue, Jul-03-18, 17:43
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A bit on K2.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vbd8FqnVT4c

The overlooked vitamin K2. Factor X in Dr Price's book but Dr Master JOhn gave it a name and a chemical formula.

K1 is only blood clotting.
K2 moves calcium around-- keep bones strong and arteries clear.
Vit D--partners with K2. Vit D cannot do the entire job; K2 is the cement to put Ca into the bones.
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learning mtererore about GMO's abd worried they are in my butter......
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Arielle, it is a concern, I agree.

I don't know if this blog post is up-to-date enough, but I found it helpful, on the differences between organic and non-GMO labels.

https://www.cornucopia.org/2015/03/...mo-labels-huge/

The fine print with unpleasant news on the labels is sometimes very tiny.
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Old Sat, Jul-07-18, 06:51
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A very good descrition of the differences.

I have been looking for more and more organic foods. As well as growing more of my own vegies.

Picked blueberries and black raspberries yesterday. Added kale and mustard greens to my organic greens from a box.

Trying to make as many steps as fast as possible.
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