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How organic are people?

I wonder how organic Americans are. I mean, we put so many things in and on our bodies that the rest of nature doesn't. Soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, mouthwash, deodorant, antiperspirant, perfume, eye drops, denture cleaner, nail polish, nail polish remover, hair dye, hair remover, pharmaceuticals, smoke, alcohol, air freshener, msg, lsd, fluoride, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, corn syrup, Sweet'n Low, Equal, Splenda, Truvia, filtered water, bottled water, Vitamin Water, edible body glitter, edible paint, edible underwear, food coloring, 'artificial flavors,' artificial light, artificial air, all the cleaning supplies we use, all the fumes we inhale, all the residue left on our silverware and clothes after washing them, heavy metals in the water, veneers, x-rays, gamma rays, radio waves....

I wouldn't eat me. I probably taste gross. And i'll probably give you cancer.

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    Sky F

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    Apr 21 2011: Yet it's still possible to be healthy... So what's your point? Manufactured pharmaceuticals alone can save lives, are you suggesting that only things that come directly from nature should be used? Because that's ridiculous.

    Is this just some kind of neat and pointless observation or are you trying to suggest something?
    • Apr 26 2011: Just poking fun at people that think an organic apple every once in a while can help them live to be 90. A healthy individual would still need a drastic change in their everyday diet and habits to be "organic" healthy.