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Re: [aroid-l] web site

What I thought was interesting after searching around from this site, is what 
'else' can be done with Konjac.  Imagine NO plastic, just edible film for use in 
it's place!  What a great idea!  


Also, from this page go to 'bio-degradable film'.  No more 'plastic' estrogen in 
my diet.  I have enough of that as it is.  

Thanks MJ!


4/14/03 7:23:05 PM, mossytrail@cs.com wrote:

>"MJ Hatfield" <mjhatfield@oneota.org> wrote:
>>I happened onto this web site. Thought you might enjoy.
>>Looks like there's no reason we aren't healthy!
>Well, maybe.  But this looks to me like yet another supposed shortcut: it 
claims to help obesity, diabetes, and cholesterol, all of which are already 
known to be preventable by a proper diet.  But, people would rather sieze upon a 
fad, than adjust their self-destructive habits.
>Jason Hernandez

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