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  1. Jim Ciscell
    Jim Ciscell at |

    Smallwood…we meet again…

    1. TopTenz Master
      TopTenz Master at |

      I don’t think Karl checks in on his lists. He too busy writing and saving the world.

  2. ParusMajor
    ParusMajor at |

    Great list. I actually do eat most of these (not caviar, though, I’m not that rich). Horse meat is delicious in some European sausages, for example. Honey is good if you put in in your tea instead of sugar. I would like to add tomatoes to the list. Those things are healthy in any shape or form, even as ketchup, believe it or not.

  3. Louis Alexandre Simard
    Louis Alexandre Simard at |

    None of those are surprising. Apart from caviar and horse meat all those ingredients are in my pantry right now. And I’m far from being a vegan or a health nut. This us just regular healthy natural food.

  4. Louis Alexandre Simard
    Louis Alexandre Simard at |

    Watermelon is surprisingly good for me. Basil, almonds????? They’re fruits, vegetables (herbs) and nuts. Of course its good for me. It doesn’t take a PhD to figure that out.

    1. Karl Smallwood
      Karl Smallwood at |

      The suprising part is that they’re healthier for you than other foods normally considered to be rich in a certain vitamin. Like Watermelon having far more iron in it than spinach or almonds containing three times more protein than eggs.

  5. David Verney
    David Verney at |

    I thought I would see chocolate somewhere in this list. That’s supposed to be pretty healthy too

  6. isolation bordeaux
    isolation bordeaux at |

    Honey also help with allergies if you buy local honey

  7. Jerod C
    Jerod C at |

    Ok while soy sauce may be good for you and what not, the MSG concern is warranted as it is a proven fact that it is not fit for human consumption. You are also excluding the fact that soy is one of the top most GMO’s items on the market so if you use any soy products and don’t make sure that it is non-gmo’d then yo are the idiot.


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