The latest update from the frontlines of global health freedom. Scott Tips, president of the National Health Federation, reports on the latest Codex Alimentarius meeting, where global healtlh and nutrition issues are being decided on without your say.
In a well-orchestrated attack that should fool no one, and that as usual occurs late in the week as people leave for their weekends, Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) has re-introduced his previously lapsed and ill-fated bill, the "Dietary Supplement Labeling Act."
Australia is the continent-nation that we all know is full of healthy, sun-loving, active people who once tamed a continent and now bask in the glory of their sun-drenched outdoor world. So, why is it that the Australian government consistently pursues and pushes policies that would reduce Australians and the rest of the World to ill-health?
Those who have been following the National Health Federation’s efforts at Codex since the mid-1990s already know that at the Codex Nutrition Committee meeting in Dusseldorf, Germany in 2009, the NHF singlehandedly launched the opposition that stopped the Australian delegation and others from “dumbing down” these Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs).
Dr. Paul Offit, or should we say "Dr. Profit", has put his name on a book that I would bet was actually written, or at least heavily researched, by a medical-mafia marketing team...
The hazy, smoggy skies over Beijing during these March days are emblematic of the Codex meetings that the National Health Federation (NHF) has been attending for many days here in China.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which some are already describing as "NAFTA on steroids," is a very-secretive, multi-national trade agreement currently being negotiated among eleven different Pacific-Rim countries and pushed by both Republicans and Democrats.
In a stunning display of nutritional ignorance, three women ram through a Codex standard that leaves many with sub-optimal nutrition