How much 2-butoxyethanol is in Inipol EAP 22
when they say it has 12% by weight?
Similar question on milk:
Comments from Dr.Brad Weeks site:
The answer to this question is that low fat milk isn't low fat. The term "low fat" is a marketing term used to gull the public. Low fat milk contains from 24 to 33% fat as calories! The 2% figure is also misleading. This refers to weight. They don't tell you that, by weight, the milk is 87% water!
Who is right? Why the confusion? Where best to get our answers?
Can we trust milk industry spokesmen? Can you trust any industry spokesmen?
So don't drink milk for health. I am convinced on the weight of the scientific evidence that it does not "do a body good." Inclusion of milk will only reduce your diet's nutritional value and safety.
Most of the people on this planet live very healthfully without cows' milk. You can too.
It will be difficult to change; we've been conditioned since childhood to think of milk as "nature's most perfect food." I'll guarantee you that it will be safe, improve your health and it won't cost anything. What can you lose?
The Point is - Eat Organic Food and Drink Good Water *
How do you test for 2-butoxyethanol in the water supply?