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post #21 of 25

 

Yeah I agree that was a bad choice for an example. There's actually not even any good evidence organic is better for the environment in the long run. 

 

Still no drastic downside of eating organically I can see (apart from increased cost!).

 

I was just trying to point out that lots of natural parenting choices are supported by science. Should have been more careful in the choices I listed.

 

Interesting to note though that absolutely anything I post on this board will be objected to by someone!  

post #22 of 25
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Yeah I agree that was a bad choice for an example. There's actually not even any good evidence organic is better for the environment in the long run. 

 

Still no drastic downside of eating organically I can see (apart from increased cost!).

 

I was just trying to point out that lots of natural parenting choices are supported by science. Should have been more careful in the choices I listed.

 

Interesting to note though that absolutely anything I post on this board will be objected to by someone!  

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To the last line - perhaps that is because there is actually something to object to! 

post #23 of 25
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Interesting to note though that absolutely anything I post on this board will be objected to by someone!  

Likewise.  It is the nature of the beast.

post #24 of 25

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post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by prosciencemum View Post

 

Yeah I agree that was a bad choice for an example. There's actually not even any good evidence organic is better for the environment in the long run. 

 

Still no drastic downside of eating organically I can see (apart from increased cost!).

 

I was just trying to point out that lots of natural parenting choices are supported by science. Should have been more careful in the choices I listed.

 

Interesting to note though that absolutely anything I post on this board will be objected to by someone!  

Actually, i was already looking at these articles at that very moment, when i popped over here to see what's happenin'..and when i saw the very discussion come up, i couldn't help myself but post links of what i just found..lol.....ordinarily, if something is not at my fingertips for immediate disposal at the time i need it, i am not the type of person to deliberately go back to posts and respond, just to show someone up or attempt sabotage to their reply.  

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