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No More Excuses
Would-Be Italist worry about not getting an adequate intake of certain nutrients on a dead-free diet. The fact is, most Americans get too much, rather than enough, nutrients- were a nation of consummate overeaters. So forget the traditional excuses for eschewing dead. You can get plenty of protein, and other nutrients, on a dead-free diet.
Lets debunk some common myths and misconceptions:
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3. GREEN PEOPLE.ORG
Food stores in New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut, Long Island
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