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Re: [APD] Cladophra, Hydrilla etc "super foods"
I've heard similar claims about Soylant Green being a
super food as well.
Tom Barr: ", but I really don't think it's going to
become a staple diet."
Same feeling on the soylant green, not going to be a
staple food. I think I'll stick to my green eggs and
--- Thomas Barr <tcbiii at earthlink_net> wrote:
> Don't buy it.
> Send me 10$ a month instead and I will pray for you
> to live long and
> Or, I can collect some hair algae for you to eat
> everyday for 30$ a month
> We looked at a Hydrilla super food claim, the
> wording is done very
> carefully often.
> Anything appealing to the male ego in terms of
> larger, longer, better
> performance etc is not supported if you look
> carefully how they word it and
> is always suspect. Or it's just plain wrong.
> They said the same thing about Hydrilla.We could not
> find a single study on
> humans and nutrition with Hydrilla yet it sure
> sounded like it as you read
> their claims through several pages of ads.
> Be careful, there are many spam businesses, and
> other similar get rich
> quick schemes.
> Anything that claims male enhancement, live longer,
> more energy etc.....I'd
> not look twice. Hit delete fast.
> There are some studies on some algae and human
> nutrition(Siprulina etc),
> folks also eat Nori, Ulva etc, but I really don't
> think it's going to
> become a staple diet.
> Tom Barr
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