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Bottle fed babies are fed cow's milk mixed with a bunch of other harmful and deadly toxic waste matter.
Walking into a grocery store, all we see as consumers is a finished product. Snacks perfectly packaged and ready to eat, shampoo and laundry detergents ready to go, and walls and walls of paper products just asking to be taken home and used. What we see as consumers are products designed to make our lives easier, and let’s be honest, being able to walk in and out of a store and have dinner set for the week is awesome. But, what we don’t see is where these products and foods came from and what really went into their production, and what potential impact the snacks and products we use have on the planet.
While these products may come as a convenience to us, they come at a great cost to plants andanimals across the world. When you look at the ingredients that went into the jar of peanut butter you just purchased and see palm oil, you probably never thought twice until you learned what palm oil is. Palm oil production has lead to the conversion of 8.7 million acres of rainforest across Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, and Indonesia, to palm plantations. Tropical deforestation contributes to 18 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, and the loss of these vital habitats and ecosystems at the cost of palm production has caused the orangutan population to decline by 50 percent in the past 10 years. Suddenly, that little jar doesn’t seem so convenient … and palm oil is only one example of an ingredient that causes harm to the environment and animals.
I have a sister that is 113 lbs. 5ft. 6in and will like to gain some weight what can I surprise her with?
There are really no products to make one gain weight. In my opinion, people should just accept the way they are if they feel fine at a present weight. Most people want to gain weight for societal reasons and this is not being authentic. We should only consume things for NUTRITION! Life is about the spiritual, not the physical. The physical is only the vehicle for the spiritual.
If you want to give her a gift to help with protein, then I recommend the BIO-PROTEIN formula.
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