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Cheese

Cheese

The United States authority on Food and Drugs (why they are in the same agency I do not know) allow for 375 million pus cells (cow mucous) per one (1) pound milk. It takes 10 ponds of milk to make 1 pound of cheese. That means that means a pound of cheeses is allowed to have up to 3.75 billion pus cells. There are usually 16 slices of cheese to a pound. That means your average slice of cheese has millions of pus cells. You do the math. My head hurts.

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Apples

Apples

Apples are fat , sodium, and cholesterol free and one of the best sources of fiber. Antioxidant phytochemicals in apples reduce the onset of certain cancers like lung and breast cancer and a host of chronic diseases.

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