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    Posted June 22, 2014 by
    jjtakala
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    Living with a chronic illness

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    The 30 day challenge.... Try it?

     
    I make all of these crazy claims and ideas that I have because I know that the chemical based additives are toxic to 100% of every living thing on the entire planet.

    So lets say that I am totally wrong.

    Lets say that I have finally taken my head out from some place that has never seen the light of day!

    Lets say that my idea that autism is caused by additives is a total fluke!

    And lets try it!

    Give it a chance, do your level best to read every label and then avoid any artificial colors, artificial flavor and or preservative. For one month.

    Try it.

    What do you have to lose? You can feel safe in knowing that you can continue eating all the stuff you've grown to love.

    If I am wrong nothing will happen.

    If I am right.... the next time when you eat something that contains any additives, dye, flavor or preservative and then you will know if it makes you feel crappy, or if it does nothing to you at all.

    All you have to do is read the labels, avoid all dyes flavors and preservatives, that's it.

    You might actually save some money by avoiding the things that you would have had before you started reading the labels.

    30 days, come on, you know you want to prove that I am wrong, how could I possibly be right about any of this stuff? I'm not a doctor, I have a cracked head.

    TRY IT!

    I dare you!

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