Back in the mid-1980s, Americans started becoming much more health conscious than ever before, with aerobics, “Jazzercise,” and “low-fat” foods sweeping the fitness and health food markets like there was no tomorrow.
The chronic sick-care system of America banks on at least 200 million people of all ages consuming pesticides daily in order to maintain peak capacity at doctor’s offices and hospitals.
In a big country that allows corporations to run the regulatory agencies, there’s not much room for ethics, because it’s all about the money.
L.J. Devon, May 12, 2016
Why would a media outlet take the time to criticize healthy eating? Why would a media outlet attack positive organizations that promote organic foods and transparency in the marketplace?
Health Freedom Alliance, 14 April 2016
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ANDREW POLLACK, MARCH 5, 2016
In the expanding realm ruled by Randal J. Kirk, sliced apples don’t brown. Salmon grow twice as fast without swimming upriver to spawn. Beloved cats are reborn.
From there, the situation worsened.
The children and cohorts of these insane scientists carried on their legacy, or rather, their insidious cancer-food plan, under the radar of everyone except the powerful and financially-influential people who supported their infectious agenda.
By Benson:(NaturalNews) A new study published in the journal Archives of Toxicology makes the audacious claim that MON810 biotech corn, a genetically-modified (GM) cash crop owned by Monsanto, exhibits no toxicological effects in mammals. But the study has several major flaws that render it null, including the fact that data appears to have been intentionally removed to make the corn appear safer than it actually is.