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    I have 4 autoimmune diseases one that science knows almost nothing about. I totally get where you are coming from. I love a good peer reviewed article myself - but sometimes there is nothing else but anecdotal evidence.

    If you feel better, then that is all that matters!
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    Whatever makes you sleep better at night.

    BTW, I have done a lot of research into additives and my condition. Quite a lot of sufferers have the same problem. But what would I know, I live with the condition, talk to others with the condition....

    Oh that's right, it hasn't been proven with "science". Because they get that right everyday.

    Peace out. Im reminded why I don't post anymore.

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    I'm just going to jump in here with something I read that sticks in my head and I 100% agree with it - NO evidence or studies to back this up but this is how I view it - 'When I read the words low fat / no fat / diet, I think of the words, chemical **** storm'

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I'd rather sugar than aspartame, but that is just me. Everything is bad if you don't do it in moderation, but I'd still consume something that grows rather than is produced in a lab iykwim. I love bacon.
    I do, too. But it is really hard to find bacon without sodium nitrate which can be produced in a lab Even the free range stuff seems to contain it.

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    Mahjong - so glad to read that you are feeling a bit better! It's mainly been food stuff that has helped me too.

    Take care

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    I know But it is just too good. I just can't help myself!

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    I do, too. But it is really hard to find bacon without sodium nitrate which can be produced in a lab Even the free range stuff seems to contain it.

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    My local organic butcher makes chemical free bacon. It looks and tastes different, but it is really good. Expensive though!

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    Thanks Onelittleblessing. It had made a huge difference, I have noticed. So pleased to hear you are doing OK too! Trial and error isn't it Just make sure you have evidence to back it up

    I kid I kid... Peace out peeps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I know But it is just too good. I just can't help myself!
    Same!

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    I'm another that would rather just have sugar.

    Having said that, it's unlikely that anything much eaten occasionally will do too much damage. People's definition of occasionally is going to vary widely though too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahjong View Post
    Thanks Onelittleblessing. It had made a huge difference, I have noticed. So pleased to hear you are doing OK too! Trial and error isn't it Just make sure you have evidence to back it up

    I kid I kid... Peace out peeps.
    Yep trial and error. To me that is worth a lot. Look after yourself


 

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