It’s obvious, lots of sugar, fast food, microwave dinners, dairy and processed foods weaken the immune system, deplete energy, and cause all kinds of health problems. But what about that apple you or your child is eating? Is it loaded with poison – because that’s what pesticide, insecticide, and herbicide are, and if it’s not organic fruit, it’s most likely GMO, which means there’s pesticide in its GENETIC MAKEUP.
StanfordUniversity, with its “great reputation” for sports and academics, has become quite scandalous lately, and Natural News is the major website exposing it to the Organic World Community of health enthusiasts and people who keep up with the real news!
In fact, Over the last several days, the mainstream media has fallen for an elaborate scientific hoax that sought to destroy the credibility of organic foods by claiming they are “no healthier” than conventional foods (grown with pesticides and GMOs).
One of the key co-authors of the study, Dr. Ingram Olkin, has a deep history as an “anti-science” propagandist working for Big Tobacco. StanfordUniversity has also been found to have deep financial ties to Cargill, a powerful proponent of genetically engineered foods and an enemy of GMO labeling Proposition 37. Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/037108_Stanford_Ingram_Olkin_Big_Tobacco.html#ixzz2651SwvFn
See, the angle here runs very, very deep, and most people would be very surprised.
TRENCH WARFARE AND THE TEA PARTY
One of the main reasons the “Tea Party” leaders of the Republican Party went crazy when Obamacare included a whole list of medical coverages for women, regarding cancer prevention, abortion, birth control, and much more, is because this will decline the number of women actually getting cancer, or having problems which require PAID PHARMACEUTICALS, and this means less revenue for the Tea Party investments, which include stocks and bonds in fast food chains, chemotherapy, pharmaceutical companies, and major healthcare corporations.
If you don’t believe this, or need a highly credible source, just check out this link, because Natural News articles always have several sources, and this one is no exception: http://www.naturalnews.com/035450_Western_Medicine_morals_collapse.html.
So what can and will you do about it, since you don’t have 10 attorneys on retainer to take down Big Pharma and their regime? Remember that every dollar pumped into the pharmaceutical industry is another dollar that will be used to further expand the medical enslavement of the population through vaccines, medications, chemotherapy and other dangerous chemical treatments. The best way to protect the health of future generations is to starve Big Pharma of investment dollars and revenue by refusing to buy their products or stock shares. Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/028602_health_insurance_fast_food.html#ixzz2653rijmP
Step up to the plate and buy everything organic. You CAN AFFORD IT. The effort it takes to read the labels of everything you buy will reward you in everything you do. It’s that simple. Your work, your extra curricular activities, your personal life, your romance, your kids, your environment, your teeth, your skin, your hair will ALL IMPROVE, and your bills for keeping yourself healthy will be close to zero, since immunity comes with organic!
Get it? Do the math. The difference between healthy and “poison” is easily researched and brought to the forefront of your mind, every day. Keep up with websites like Natural News. Read a few articles first thing each morning, maybe even before you drink that coffee, orange juice, or before you eat that toast or that biscuit, and you might choose your breakfast more wisely right away. What is the first thing you are feeding your organs every morning? Is it kale, carrots and celery? Or is it a poptart and some milk?
DID YOU THINK?
Did you think that whole grain bagel was okay? It’s not.
Did you think that glass of soy milk was okay? It’s not.
Did you think that whole grain cereal was okay? It’s not.
Did you think that egg croissant at starbucks was okay? It’s not.
Did you think that blueberry muffin from Panera was okay? It’s not.