Originally published September 16 2014
The biggest lies told by the food industry
by S. D. Wells
(NaturalNews) There's no wasting time here. People must know. You may be aware of some of the following tricks, lies, schemes and plots to keep people malnourished and in need of constant medical attention, but then again, you may not. The biggest lies in this world are the ones more likely to be believed, and "Big Food" has that kind of money to spend on YOU, so here we go:
"For added freshness" and "as a preservative" -- These preservatives kill fungus and mutate human cells into cancer, yet these slogans are seen on bread all over the world and on jar labels for just about everything.
"As a preservative..." -- Sodium benzoate* is a chemical used to stave off fungus from growing in foods, and for the molds that kill taste and spoil goods on the shelf sooner. Unfortunately for humans, it deprives cells of oxygen. Fungus killers and mold inhibitors can also deteriorate the myelin sheath -- the cellular structure that insulates nerve cells. Don't be fooled by tricky Big Food slogans. (*While benzoic acid is found naturally in low levels in many fruits, the sodium benzoate listed on a product's label is synthesized in a lab!)
"All natural" -- Means absolutely nothing. If you think that these words change anything about the quality of the product, you are gravely mistaken. The FDA has no parameters of health here.
Pasteurized -- Means cooked quickly at high heat and "cooks" the nutrition right out. That's why "Big Milk" (dairy industry) tries to shut down farmers of organic, raw milk, because people might catch on that nutrients, when actually in food, can do a body good. Batch or "vat" is the simplest and oldest method of pasteurization, which heats the milk to over 150 degrees Fahrenheit! This kills enzymes, probiotics and nutrients. Raw food experts will tell you that most food cooked at 118 degrees becomes useless. And adding back some (dead) vitamin D to milk is also another ploy to confuse the people who find out what pasteurization really means. Most orange juice is pasteurized. Hint, hint!
Fortified -- Cooked, dead vitamins are added "back in" to a product (useless) so the manufacturer can make false health claims to make junk food sound better. Hence the popular lingo for kids' cereals.
RDA -- "Recommended Daily Allowance" -- Of what? Of dead food, GMO food, hormone-laden food, conventional milk, meat, cheese and wheat gluten? Dirty dozen fruits and vegetables? That's cancer food -- so tell us again, what's the daily recommended allowance of cancer food?
Farm-raised -- This means the fish "farmers" breed fish in a pond or indoor tank system where they can create unnatural breeds that are larger and give them hormones to make bigger (cancerous) fish for profits.
GMO is not even labeled in the US (except for a few choice states, soon). Talk about tricky! How about tricking people into eating genetically MUTATED food that's corrupt with pesticide, insecticide and herbicide?
Super Tricky LingoThere is "no significant difference" between milk from cows given rbST, or rbGH, and regular milk... this industry lingo is to cover up the fact that artificial and synthesized Growth Hormones given to cows to make them fatter or produce TOO MUCH MILK also cause health detriment for humans that consume that milk, cheese, yogurt, etc. This hormone, rbST (recombinant somatotropin) -- also called rbGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone) -- increases the amount of IGF-1 in milk, a chemical which has been linked to certain cancers.
They (Big Food) will tell you that rbST is a protein hormone. They might tell you that it is "digested like a protein," but that's a bald-faced lie. The hormones are manipulating normal hormonal balance. Monsanto's version of rbST uses genetically engineered E. coli bacteria! These hormones are banned in Japan, Australia and all 25 countries of the European Union.
Think before you eat or drink cancer! GMO is nothing but dead, toxic food labeled with tricky language to sound healthy. Second guess anything that's not organic or grown by a local farmer that you know doesn't use GM seeds, synthetic bug- and weedkillers, toxic fertilizer, fluoridated water or growth hormones for animals.
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