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I'm sorry if this is a stupid question . But does whole foods carry vegan cheese ? If not where can one get it . Order online ?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 72348035:MV8zMjg5NzY5XzU4ODI2MTMyX0UzRjRCMzJE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 38844485:MV8zMjg5NzY5XzU4ODE5MDQxXzJCQkQ3NEUx] Being vegan almost killed me It has taken years trying to overcome the damage Here's an article that outlines why it's great short term for cleansing but not long term nourishing . http://www.doctor-natasha.com/feeding-versus-cleansing.php [/quote] Yup, a 75% raw vegan diet is a great cleanse to go on for about 3 months, but is not very sustainable in the long run. The longest-lived people eat a diet that's predominately vegetarian with a couple of servings of fish every week. Sardines with the skin and bones are the best, because they contain as much omega 3 fish oil as salmon, plus vitamin D, vitamin B12, calcium, magnesium, coQ10, etc. Also sardines are very low on the food chain, so they are low in mercury. They are live-caught, not farmed, so they have not been fed a perverted diet or given antibiotics. I would avoid Pacific sardines though. [/quote]
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