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Tuesday, November 22, 2011, 4:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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So what do you really think of them? First off being tomatoes and then to a very lesser extent, rice...according to the BTD in 1996. Has anything changed since 1996? When you eat them, do you want MORE afterwards, or, no effect?


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tomatoes are an avoid for me......
rice if need be,  I prefer basmati


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If i eat tomatoes I don't crave more.  But some other foods that are high on carbs have that effect on me.
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If i eat tomatoes I don't crave more.  But some other foods that are high on carbs have that effect on me.
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How true. Some days I wonder why God even bothered inventing carbs, which can be very addictive.


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How true. Some days I wonder why God even bothered inventing carbs, which can be very addictive.


Then suddenly we would said
ah everthing happens for a reason .
But I know in some point its absurbed to think it like that.


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Tomatoes are a neutral for me and I do consume them regularly during their season.  I do not "crave" tomatoes but I do love them when they are fresh from the organic farm with olive oil and sea salt.


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How true. Some days I wonder why God even bothered inventing carbs, which can be very addictive.


The carbs G-d created aren't so addictive; it's what humans did with the plants (both agricultural tinkering and processing after harvest) that makes some of them addictive. Wholesome, natural foods, prepared by traditional methods, tend to be quite healthy. Of course, not all foods are beneficial for all individuals, but all of us can eat carbs to one degree or another as part of a healthy diet. I'm sure you had plenty of carbs  via breastmilk or formula as an infant, which your body definitely needed at the time for proper growth and development!



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It's not the carbs.. it's the starches.. ANYTHING white!  All else is ok.. for me that is!!  


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