In answer to some of your comments and questions:
I could give you many books and articles to read on what manufacturers put in the food we eat. Sometimes hidden under "flavors and spices", etc. But, I think I would be wasting by time, because I think you only want to hear what you want to hear.
My tummy can handle any food I choose to eat, because I have put in the time with diet, hypnotherapy, meditation, exercise, and an all-around happy lifestyle.
My attitude...? Excuse me. When you posted as Naturopanic you were banned from the boards, by Heather, because you were rude, obnoxious and just plain out of control. I am sure she would not hesitate to do that again, if needed. I don't care what name you post under.
You ask for help and when people on these boards either offer you the scientific data or personal experience to try to help you, you lash out and beat those same people up. Like I said to you before, take the information that works for you and leave the rest, but don't be such an ass to people who are trying to help you.
When you posted under Naturopanic, it was all about the bodybuilding and how you looked, about how you couldn't throw down a few drinks with your friends, about what you couldn't have, and on and on and on. I remember Little Minnie setting you straight several times. You whined and whined about your life and how you could not do, be, drink, eat, what you wanted. Well, grow up, life is still pretty damn good.
I am not saying you cannot buy food from the grocery store. I AM just saying watch the ingredients. God has nothing to do with a grocery store, man does.
I am not overly protective or paranoid. Who is well here...you or me?
I choose to eat healthy and make some of my own foods because I feel that is the best thing for me. If you don't like it, don't do it, but stop calling people hunter-gatherers or pre-historic, because they choose this. Again, who is well here? Syl is stable and I am doing great. Where are you?
There is not a darn thing wrong with chicken broth, cereal, bread or juice. I happen to be vegetarian so I make/buy veggie broth, I eat steel-cut oatmeal, I make home-made delicious breads, and I juice my own veggie and fruit juices. What the heck is wrong with that?
And finally, I DO NOT make all of my ingredients, but buy plenty from the store. I choose to make my own when I have the time and for health reasons.
I see that Heather has already deleted most of your obnoxious posts, so that would be a good thing. And stop beating up on Syl, because he is offering the advice you asked for.
If Heather deletes my post, I sure hope you read it before she does, because I am tired of you!