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@keithjetblew Very beautifully said (well, written, I guess), Keith. I've never understood the need some people have to make others feel like crap about themselves...especially when it's something they can't change (big nose, skin color, sexuality). What gives anyone the right to make someone else feel bad about themselves? I've also found that some of the most cruel and judgmental people are the one's who call themselves Christians. Those are the people who give Christians a bad name, which is very upsetting because I am a Christian. Christ didn't hate. Christ LOVED, accepted and included others. We should strive to be more like him, I believe. Love & accept one another. After all, we're all on the same team and part of the same race, aren't we?Btw...don't worry about your spelling. What you wrote was very nice and it doesn't matter that there are a few grammatical errors. Perfection is boring :)
10 months, 1 week ago on I’m Christian, unless you’re gay.
@aacaligiuri I agree! Soy? Really??? Soy protein - not so great for you: Many protein drinks use soy protein concentrate or soy protein isolate in conjunction with other proteins. Over 90% of the soy produced in this country is GMO – but that’s not the only reason to avoid soy protein. When soy is looked at from a macronutrient perspective, it can give the illusion of a very healthy food – full of plant based protein, essential amino acids and fiber. However, the soy that is grown and produced today is largely hybridized, making the amino acids largely indigestible leading to digestive issues that have caused many people to be allergic to soy. What’s worse is when soy is isolated to just its protein state, it becomes severely denatured and can cause hormonal disruptions because of the excessive amount of estrogen contained in it. Soy also has an abundance of phytic acid that leeches calcium and other vital minerals from your body. http://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2012/12/13/food-babe-investigates-protein-shakes/
11 months, 3 weeks ago on 31 Healthy and Portable High-Protein Snacks