Everyday while I’m visiting at the hospital I look at their cafeteria and it’s the same food that poisons all of their patients and staff

October 12, 2017

Re-Syndicated

Everyday while I’m visiting at the hospital I look at their cafeteria and it’s the same food that poisons all of their patients and staff  this is our public policy at work where politicians satisfy their donors through legalized bribes instead of working for us the people. We have to get all private money out of politics they are literally killing us through money in politics. Please share this and hope to God something catches on so we start electing principled leaders who are not on the take creating these deadly conflicts of interest.

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Kim Folta I remember being at the cafeteria at Loyola hospital. I felt like I was at a carnival with all the crap food.

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Theolynn Carpenter this is so true. I’ve been saying this for years. I cringe when someone is hospitalized yet the nutrients they are given are the very things contributing to their stay there. it’s such a vicious cycle. and one that’s not gets into stop sadly.

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October 12 at 8:58am

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Theolynn Carpenter one that’s not yet to stop. I am using talk text and it says crazy things.

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Juanita Haselwood Right tom i say the samething i always make my own food for the road cause im a pickie eater

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Ina Holiday This is why Im running for State Assembly..

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October 12 at 9:01am

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Jane Maree Same here in Canada.

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Dawn Marie Meals on wheels.. little town in Oregon i worked at and lots of homemade meals with garden veggies and lots of thought to ingredients. My Grammy got it in a bigger city.. looks like old school lunch half the time and mostly processed. For our seniors. We can and should do better in every town or city big or small. Pretty sad.

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October 12 at 9:16am

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Jen Munger My Grams used to get * Meals on Wheels* in Canby Oregon, idk if its better now or if my Aunt Judith Feller gets this or not

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Bonnie Kennedy Tom, I was just talking of this same thing to my daughters girlfriend who is a care aid for the old and dying. The food is horribly processed, un classified as food. The they fill the full of drugs to keep them alive and the illness’s at bay. Disgusting treatment of humans

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October 12 at 9:24amEdited

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Jen Munger I was in line at hospital Cafeteria with a doctor and i told him it was hard to find Healthy food and his responce was ( Job Security)

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October 12 at 9:25am

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Debra Holloway Samson That sucks

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October 12 at 11:22am

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Tom Birkenmeyer id sure like to show them there is more job security in health than there is in sickness

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October 12 at 11:26am

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Debra Holloway Samson MD Anderson has healthy choices but it’s weird they also offer bad choices

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Cher Harding – Bruin Respectfully, It’s Been On My Mind The Last Few Days.
Eating & Drinking Right, It’s A Huge Impact! Even What Is Deemed To Be Healthy By FDA Standards? Government Population Control? Uhg. 

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Debby Brown Partridge Agree with you. .food here isn’t great but it’s certainly not good…not sure if they cook it or not…great subject, Tom 😊😘😘

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Mel Wheeler Bairos Yeah it’s crazy what they serve in hospitals. The first solid meal my Mom had after heart surgery was greasy disgusting roast beef. Chris Wark (from chrisbeatcancer.com) said the meal after his cancer surgery was sloppy joes. What are they thinking?? I guess they are trying to ensure job security for themselves.

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Izzy Beckman Crazy right? When we had our last child, we took our own food and water to the hospital because all they served was poison…

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