Are we seeing a worldwide power grab on powerful molecules found in your spice rack, turning them into drugs available only by prescription or subject to unnecessary regulation?
Enzymes manufactured by Advanced Enzymes in Mumbai, India have been found to be contaminated with a deadly antibiotic, resulting in one of the most widespread recalls of products in history. To date, the FDA has issued no official statement on the extent of U.S. contamination with this chemical.
The average American consumes 200 pounds of meat and fish, 67 pounds of poultry, 30 pounds of eggs, and 600 pounds of dairy products each year, virtually all of which is contaminated with veterinary drug residues.
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There are far too many people from every walk of life who do not know what Codex is, where guidelines and standards are set for the World for what we will eat and drink. Even many health care professionals only have a hazy understanding how Codex affects our health! Too many people needlessly feel impotent to take their power back and create positive changes toward health and health freedom.
Whole-body x-ray backscatter scanners – which flood the body with x-rays in an effort to detect explosives and other weapons – have been deployed at U.S. airports since 2007. Although originally announced as a screening tool for a limited number of passengers, the government's goal now is to use them for all U.S. airline passengers. Many passengers do not realize that they may “opt out” of the scans and "participate" in a full-body pat-down instead.
Codex Alimentarius is a UN-sponsored concept and organization, which – under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – creates food standards and guidelines used in international trade.