We are told by the so called governmental health ‘experts’ that these petrochemical derivatives will not cause a problem to our health, yet they seem to have research that is contradictive.
Why is that? I’m not saying that a little bit of something will make us ill instantly.
It is a cumulative effect, more toxins equal more toxic residues left inside our bodies. We have pesticides, chlorinated water, and all the other thousands of industrial chemicals to deal with every day.
Throw into the mix our MTHFR genes being turned off, and our bodies have stopped eliminating poisonous substances full stop. And all around us we can see these cumulative effects that industrial synthesised chemicals are having on the health of us all.
Yet we do nothing. Are we mad?
There are no doubts that the “Big Agri” method of production of food has changed the way we eat; the quality of the food consumed has had a massive negative impact on our health.
You may think you are eating healthy foods, but the hidden toxins are driving our health decline. SmartFresh, Calcium Carbide, and Maleic hydrazide and more are used on the foods we eat every single day. Every mealtime. Probably every mouthful.
Many different studies including the one published in 2004 by The American College of Nutrition Journal (16) showed the decline in the amounts of essential nutrients in soil, like; calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin B2 and Vitamin C, Magnesium, Zinc, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E and even proteins, found in fruit and vegetables over the past 50 years.
Hormones in plants are meant to be eaten by us or other animals. If something or things upset that natural course of events, then there will be a cause and effect that develops. That effect will be the decline in our immunity or digestive capabilities.
That is obvious isn’t it?
Plants are not meant to have petrochemical biohazards sprayed on them, and we are not meant to eat poison.
It is either a nutrient or a toxin, it is that black and white. End of.
Eat Well. Be Well.
Dom & Nic
It’s your life. Own it.
*Disclaimer – Please note, we are not Doctors or trained medical professionals. We are not giving medical advice. Check with your Doctor or health practitioner before trying anything.
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