Originally published February 20 2014
Health Basics: The label 'All Natural' means absolutely nothing
by S. D. Wells
(NaturalNews) How many people don't read Natural News or research organic food and are falling for scams, right and left, thinking they are eating somewhat healthy food and avoiding cancer? We're not talking thousands or hundreds of thousands or even a million people; instead, we are talking about hundreds of millions of people who eat a little bit of cancer every day yet still say "everything in moderation." Little do they know!
There are simply no defined parameters in place in order for a manufacturer to claim any product is "all natural" because the FDA has no standard set. One typical misleading "all natural" product is the massively popular synthetic sweetener Splenda. The core ingredient, of course, is sucralose, which is just two letters "fatter" than sucrose (actual table sugar). Though the "starting point" for manufacturing Splenda is sucrose, the "natural" part is vaporized during the manufacturing process, and you can bet your mutated cells that, when it comes out of the laboratory, it's not what your body wants to try to break down.
Are you one of those millions of "natural" shoppers who buy "all natural" products and think you are doing it "right"? You are moderate about what you eat that's toxic, right? -- Just like they say, "Everything in moderation" -- Nope. Not anymore. Those were the "old days," when mom and pop grocery stores and street vendors carried fresh, untainted produce (like they still do in Europe) that REALLY WAS ALL NATURAL for your grandparents to buy, or your parents, and biotech hadn't taken over most of the major farms of the U.S. Midwest. Those were the old days before fluoridated tap water and giving kids 25 vaccines before the age of six. That was when "all natural" meant something. (http://www.naturalnews.com)
Today, if you don't eat 70% raw organic vegetables and fruits, you could be in for a rude awakening. If you don't watch everything you eat and read every label on every item you buy, including those personal care items you put on your skin -- your largest organ -- well, then you could be in for bad news from your WITCH DOCTOR -- that allopathic, apathetic and often pathetic excuse to NOT WATCH what you eat, what you drink and what you put on your body. Biotech and the GMA, Grocery Manufactures Association, want GMOs to be labeled "all natural" -- didn't you hear? They're petitioning the FDA right now: (http://www.naturalnews.com).
Do you know even the difference between all natural and organic? It's huge! Do you know the difference between "all natural" and GMO? Maybe there isn't one anymore. The research is right in front of your face, so open your eyes and stop buying cancer-causing foods. One in every three U.S. shoppers will get cancer this year? Will it be you?
"All Natural" could mean food by-products that are NOT products of the earthHow do you genetically modify food and pretend that it's natural? That is the goal of Biotech. Put pesticide and insecticide inside seeds, grow the food, and say it came from Mother Earth that way. Genetically mutated food causes mutation of human cells, and if you haven't checked lately, that is the definition of cancer. From the food science perspective, "all natural" usually means the wool is being pulled over your eyes, and what you are eating is most likely not created by the earth but by scientists in labs in order to save Big Food money by killing the insects, worms and weeds that cut into profits. So what if there are "no added colors or artificial flavors" when the food kills pests. You are a pest to the government if you are NOT SICK, especially when Obamacare kicks in.
What food is really authentic, wholesome and natural? High-fructose corn syrup, my friends, is the furthest thing from all natural; still, the attempt is being made to call it all natural.
"All natural" means whatever food manufacturers want it to mean. It solves whatever "problem" Big Food wants it to solve. The FDA and the USDA do not care who uses the term or for what food byproducts. "All natural" does not mean something is good for high blood pressure, or low in table salt. "All natural" does not mean less calories, bad fat, GMO or less bug killer. Don't be a stupid shopper. Know the difference between organic and CERTIFIED ORGANIC as well.
The 'All Natural' meat joke"All natural" is a joke, a hoax, a scam -- to lead you down the wrong path. Do you really think when you buy "all natural" products that you are filtering out carcinogens from your intake and that you aren't getting steroidal hormones given to animals to beef them up? You're wrong. "The other white meat" and "eat less red meat" are scams too. If your allopathy-prescribed antibiotics aren't working, its most likely because you've been eating antibiotics in your "all natural" foods. You better do some homework there.
Don't fall for the "all natural" scam. Don't eat cancer-causing food. Stick with organic, grow your own, buy from your local farmers and ask questions about how they treat their vegetables, fruits and animals too. Be the smartest consumer you know. Your life, health and vitality is worth it. Build up immunity to the fake food world by consuming superfoods and alkalizing your body. Learn more about natural remedies from real research and the best nutritionists in the world. (http://blog.fooducate.com)
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