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Friday, January 07, 2011

I am a careful shopper. That being said, I want what I want, when I want it. I don't really like to shop at Whole Foods, because they are SO expensive. However, they have some things you just can't get anywhere else. (Unfortunately, the high calories treats are my fav.). Anyway, I went there yesterday, and the one thing that always amazes me is the aisles of supplements. I am so intrigued by these. What do they all do? Why don't the labels mention it? I feel as though I am missing out on some great Fountain Of Youth, or Weight Loss Miracle. Do these shoppers know something I don't?
I try to remember what the names are so I can look them up when I get home, but I forget or lose interest by the time I sit down to the computer. I especially like the ones with names I cannot pronounce like Glucosaminethoroxyinclorinemin
e. (okay, so I cxaggerate, I'm a theater mom, it's my nature.)
Have a great day, everyone!
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    You know, I think the exact same thing. exactly what ARE those supplements ??? I know many of them are vitamins and some are for joint health, but others make me scratch my head.

    Actually, while some products at Whole Foods can be extremely pricey like chanterelle mushrooms, I find that Whole Foods is still cheaper than my local supermarket for organic foods. I usually buy the Whole Foods house brand products when I can. Those are reasonably priced. I also buy a lot of stuff on sale. I stock up when I can. They also support local farmers. That's another reason I go there instead of the supermarket. Plus, my local supermarket is outrageously overpriced.

    So, I'll be making a trip to my WF tomorrow. Santa gave me a gift card. so, I'm going to live large ! LOL !!!

    3777 days ago
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