Read carefully the ingredients listed on the food items that you are purchasing! It may have answers to many of your queries!

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According to Natural News, a pair of studies recently published in the journal Science raises fresh and dire warnings about the continued decline of crop-pollinating insects all over the world, and what this means for the future of the world’s food supply. Both studies highlight the fact that wild pollinators like bumblebees, butterflies and beetles are basically disappearing, and that industrial agriculture, which includes genetically modified organisms (GMOs), is a major factor causing this insect genocide.

The two studies are hardly groundbreaking, as at least half a dozen other studies published just in the last couple of years have arrived at similarly disturbing findings. They do, however, shed further light on how the situation has progressed throughout the decades, pointing to corporate monoculture practices, shrinking forests and wild lands, and general changes in physical landscapes as some of the primary culprits in promoting this ruinous trend. So what happens to your body when you eat pesticides regularly?

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In one of the studies, researchers from Montana State University (MSU) compared insect data collected in the late 1800s to similar data collected in the same test location in the 1970s. They then compiled current data from the same area to compare to both of these other two data sets, upon which they discovered that the number of unique wild bee species had dropped by nearly half.

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What is perhaps more disturbing, however, is the fact that researchers observed modern bees to be generally interacting less with plants than they used to in previous generations. According to the data, the overall number of interactions between bees and plants has also dropped by roughly half, indicating a serious problem as far as the general food supply is concerned, as about 75 percent of global food crops rely on pollination by animals.

This crisis is exactly  is why you must eat organic as often as possible! Support the whole organic industry with every purchase you can.

For more information, log onto:

http://www.naturalnews.com/039582_pollinators_GMOs_food_supply.html

Take a quick look at the short-term and long-term damage you could be doing to your body by consuming canola regularly:

  • Canola depletes vitamin E.
  • Canola increases the rigidity of membranes, which can trigger degenerative diseases.
  • Because of canola’s high sulfur content, it goes rancid easily, which can exacerbate allergies and compound problems for people with bronchial or asthmatic issues.
  • Human studies reveal canola causes an increase in lung cancers.
  • Canola can shorten lifespan of animals and lower platelet count.
  • Daily canola consumption can raise your triglycerides over 40 percent.
  • Canola oil molds quickly and also inhibits enzyme function.
  • It opens the door for free radicals, undermining natural antioxidants, and can be linked to increased incidence of many diseases.
  • Canola leaves no foul taste when it’s spoiled, so it’s hard to tell if you’re eating rancid erucic acid.

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To see some fascinating and interesting clips regarding the truth about the ingredients listed on the food item packages that you are purchasing, one can easily log onto:

http://www.naturalnews.com/043948_canola_oil_hidden_health_dangers_food_bar.html

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