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Watch what you are eating

Our son is visiting us. His family eats properly. He researches foods and understands which foods to avoid, and is educated about what the manufacturers are putting in our food.
When he comes to visit, I try to hide the things that I have bought even though I know better. I clear out the soups, macaroni and cheese, ramen noodles and boxed cakes before he comes.
“Mom, why did you buy this?” I avert his question. I have no defense. He then explains why this food or that food should be avoided.
His studies have made a big impression on ...

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