are putting consumers at risk! They
exist to make money for stockholders,
not to serve the needs of the consumer.
They're about sales, not about service.
It's a matter of profit over prudence.
Too big to fail is too big to serve.
To serve is to succeed.
See 'Doctors' video.
"People are fed by the Food Industry,
which pays no attention to health...
And are treated by a Health Industry,
which pays no attention to food."
If I took an apple and injected it with aluminum, phenol, acetone, thimerosal
(mercury) and billions of bacteria and viruses...WOULD YOU EAT IT? If you
answered NO...how can they justify INJECTING it into a muscle, which gets
into your blood and circulates around the body...exposing all major organs and
tissues to everything in the vaccine? Common sense tells us this is not SAFE!
So, ask your doctor the next time he/she wants to inject your kids with a vaccine.
follows is important to your health and well-being.
Lurking In Your Food? Pesticides, Bugs And Toxins
By Catherine Pearson
The Huffington Post
you really know what's in your food? Think again. According to an
upcoming report on the TV show "The Doctors," when Americans
reach for a snack, they're likely taking in more than they bargained
Case in point: In California, recently, several potato chip companies
settled with the state to reduce the levels of acrylamide. The chemical
is on its Proposition 65 list of those known to cause cancer or "reproductive
toxicity," which the state's Office of Environmental Health Hazards
defines as birth defects and other reproductive harm. Acrylamide is
reportedly formed during the manufacturing process, when certain foods
-- particularly starchy ones -- are baked, fried or roasted.
"That shocked me quite a bit," admits Dr. Travis Stork,
an emergency room physician and one of the co-hosts of "The Doctors."
"I was unaware that there was acrylamide in chips."
Another shocking finding: the claim that there are measurable quantities
of bug and rodent parts in foods -- with some saying that Americans
eat an estimated one pound of bug and rodent parts each year without
necessarily knowing it.
Still that finding, however stomach turning it is, is not necessarily
Stork's biggest concern.
"Yes, it's disgusting and shocking and no, no one wants to go
in and eat a bug leg or a bug wing when they eat a snack," he
says, "but I would argue as a physician that perhaps sometimes
there are other things that you also can't see that are more harmful
to your health."
Those "things" are pesticides, which Stork says people should
try and avoid as much as possible. He suggests buying organic, particularly
when it comes to the so-called "dirty dozen" of fruits and
vegetables, as determined by The Environmental Working Group.
"It's a fine line, because you don't want to eat bug and rodent
parts," he says, "but you also don't want to use too many
pesticides to try and eliminate that."
Which fits into Storks overall assessment that while it is perhaps
the most surprising, the most ick-worthy ingredients in foods will
catch people's attention, simple, more well-known additives can actually
cause the most damage.
"The main takeaway is that you should really limit eating overly
processed foods," he says. "And when you do eat them, it's
important to look at the ingredients. We can sit here and talk about
these [shocking] chemicals, but if the first ingredient is sugar,
that's probably a better tip off that what you're eating could lead
to poor health consequences." --
Think you eat only healthy, unprocessed foods?
Think again. Joanna Blythman went undercover and
discovered that even your fruit salad is not what it seems.
February 21, 2015 -- Tired after hours of walking round the fair, and, uncharacteristically, not feeling hungry, I sought refuge at a stand displaying cut-up fruits and vegetables; it felt good to see something natural, something instantly recognizable as food. But why did the fruit have dates, several weeks past, beside them? A salesman for Agricoat told me that they had been dipped in one of its solutions, NatureSeal, which, because it contains citric acid along with other unnamed ingredients, adds 21 days to their shelf life. Treated in this way, carrots don’t develop that telltale white that makes them look old, cut apples don’t turn brown, pears don’t become translucent, melons don’t ooze and kiwis don’t collapse into a jellied mush; a dip in NatureSeal leaves salads “appearing fresh and natural”.
For the salesman, this preparation was a technical triumph, a boon to caterers who would otherwise waste unsold food. There was a further benefit: NatureSeal is classed as a processing aid, not an ingredient, so there’s no need to declare it on the label, no obligation to tell consumers that their “fresh” fruit salad is weeks old.
Somehow, I couldn’t share the salesman’s enthusiasm. Had I eaten “fresh” fruit salads treated in this way? Maybe I had bought a tub on a station platform or at a hotel buffet breakfast? It dawned on me that, while I never knowingly eat food with ingredients I don’t recognize, I had probably consumed many of the “wonder products” on show here. Over recent years, they have been introduced slowly and artfully into foods that many of us eat every day – in canteens, cafeterias, pubs, hotels, restaurants and takeaways." -- See Source.
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posed by the current activities and marketing strategies of many food
and drug corporations, which endanger the quality of life of many
unsuspecting consumers. Check out the marked links
to the power and corrupting influence of Big
Pharma, the teaching
of nutritional science and the use of vitamin and herbal supplements
not taught to any significant extent in our medical schools. The obvious
reason is that teaching this science reduces the use of prescription
with a health care professional should occur before applying
adjustments or treatments to the body, consuming medications
or nutritional supplements and before dieting, fasting or exercising.
None of these activities are herein presented as substitutes
for competent medical treatment. See