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From: Gina (
Subject:         Re: Question for sprout eaters and Clement followers,
Date: September 20, 2014 at 6:59 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Question for sprout eaters and Clement followers, posted by Jonas Sunshine on September 20, 2014 at 8:23 am:

Grains do damage? It's all relative. People detox toxins out with organic brown rice and vegetables. Maybe they are toxic to a pure raw foodist, but not someone coming off a standard American diet.

I never knew Robert Morse ate meat. If he did or does, he doesn't publicly tell his students that. I was a vegan going into his classes, so I completely ignored all his glandulars, as I use vegan CHinese herbs instead of those glandulars. The Chinese have an amazing adrenal VEGAN formula that is also very tasty. No need for glandulars when Chinese medicine is available.

Raw meat is dangerous to eat, including raw glandulars (for humans). THis is the problem with believing that RAW IS LAW. Raw is not law. Extreme raw vegans would rather eat raw animal foods than eat cooked vegan foods. Ridiculous. Meat should be cooked. Yes, many plants are best raw, but not all plants. I cringe when I hear raw vegans say that meat should be eaten raw.

You may be against medical plant toxins while you are healthy and whole, but if you ever get seriously injured or mangled, consider dropping that opinion, if someone offers you herbs to pack your wounds and to eat.

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