8 responses

  1. Sharon O’Day
    January 4, 2014

    Another one of those things that, with progress, have become totally empty, Pat!  I was just talking to a European friend about how, when we eat in America, it's hard to feel satisfied as we used to because the food has so few natural nutrients.  Grain has gone the way of everything else and you have to hunt for nutrients …


    • Pat Moon
      January 8, 2014

      Yes, Sharon, it is so sad that we must actually hunt for nutrients in our foods. Whole, pure foods are difficult to find in our world today.

      Thanks for visiting and commenting.



  2. Michele
    November 2, 2011

    The story of the food we eat could be so depressing if there was nothing we could do, but fortunately there are many things we can do. Thanks for the super informative article about grains and the good, the bad and the ugly. Your information will help us to stay healthy


  3. Hughie Bagnell
    November 1, 2011

    Thank you Pat for sharing this extremely informative article…it certainly is very interesting and somewhat disturbing what the refinement of our food sources is actually doing to the nutrient level…our food chain is certainly being drastically threatened…perhaps the knowledge, like you are sharing, will contribute to reversing this trend…Thanks, Hughie


  4. Sharon O’Day
    November 1, 2011

    Pat, I love the amount of solid content in your articles.  I come away enriched each time I read one.  Thanks for adding to our knowledge base when it comes to nutrition!


  5. denny hagel
    November 1, 2011

    You continuously educate through your amazing wealth of information and wisdom Pat! Thank you for all you do, I appreciate learning from you!


  6. pat
    October 31, 2011

    As I am in the nutrition supplement business as well I so enjoyed reading your very informative blog about grains and the research re the lipids and sterols.  Now that we have more and more plants picked way before they are ripe, and people eating less natural fruit and veggies,  we really are missing important plant sterols.  There is a connection to plant sterols and amino acids missing in our diet and the huge increase in depression issues as well.


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