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Post  zyra69 on Thu Sep 17, 2009 10:49 am

More Lies from the Elitist Rockerfeller Based Mindset,
to Take away Our Organics, Supplements, Vitamins.
Can you Imagine, Claiming colliodal silver a Pesticide
As they did to The EPA Earlier this Year
But Thanx to The Health Freedom Org and Many action warriors we stayed off this Attack
Though Push Back..!!!
In awe 4 Awesome, thank You all...!!!
This is An outrage, when they Use Silver as a water Purifier in the Space Station
It shows the Two faced, Agenda, of Lies, Trickery, and Deceipt
Scott & Jordan @ Zyra
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"No Health Benefits to Organic Food"
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 3:06 PM
"Dr. Carolyn Dean" <help@drcarolyndean.com>

A Message From Carolyn Dean MD ND
The Doctor of the Future...

"No Health Benefits to Organic Food"


"There is no evidence of a difference."

That's what researchers from the London School of Hygiene &
Tropical Medicine had to say about non-organic meat, veggies and
fruit versus their more costly organic counterparts.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (July 29, 2009) reported
that a band of researchers analyzed 50,000 scientific papers
examining the nutritional content of organic food. They concluded
that organic has "no health benefits." The UK's Food Standard
Agency (FSA) said that this would help consumers make more
"informed choices."

So, I guess that's it. As Gill Fine, FSA director of consumer
choice, said "...there is no evidence of additional health benefits
from eating organic food." (news.bbc.co.uk)

But hold on second...

The study completely ignores all the other health benefits of
organic food besides a higher nutritional content....

* Avoiding Chemical Pesticides and Fertilizers: It's just
commonsense that growing your food in deadly chemicals and then
ingesting the residue will in some way hurt your health.

* Enjoying Real, GMO-Free Food: Eating organic is the only way to
guarantee your produce has not been genetically modified by a
scientist with a Petri dish, some E. coli bacteria and DNA from who
knows where.

* Protecting our Environment: Most of the pesticides farmers spray
on our food doesn't hang around long. Some evaporates into the air
we breath. The rest sinks into the very soil we grow our food in.
The rest is washed into our water supply. (And yet we are worried
about too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere!)

* Improved Taste: Organic food usually has more flavor. Personally,
I trust my tongue's ability to determine nutritional value before
some government-funded lab test.

Also, keep in mind that this ONE analysis is hardly gospel when it
comes to judging the nutritional quality of organic food. It sounds
impressive, but it's worth noting that of the 50,000 scientific
articles they reviewed they only found 162 actual relevant studies
(sciencedaily.com) -- all of which sourced the traditional food

There's a big difference between the type of "organic" produce
you'll find in a big box supermarket and the type you'll find from
local farmers or a health food store. Merely avoiding pesticides is
only half the battle. Using the right seeds and enriching the soil
are the other factors.

For another study by The Organic Center check out "New Evidence
Confirms the Nutritional Superiority of Plant-Based Organic Foods"
(organic-center.org). This study points out that the London researchers
forgot to check the antioxidant quality of the foodstuffs they
reviewed. This cancer-preventing factor is typically much higher in
organic produce.

It's also worth noting that the UK study was conducted in
traditional Western fashion: Everything was judged by how the food
faired on a laboratory score sheet.

Why not conduct a study that looks at the health of actual people
eating organic food? Sounds kind of simple, I know. But isn't that
what we really wanted to know? Does organic food make us feel
better, prevent disease and extend life?

No one is doing this.

How much less heart disease would we have if everybody ate organic?
How much less autism? How much less lethargy? Would we think
clearer? Would we be more interested in exercise? Would we read
more books? Would we be more fertile? Would our vision improve?

And without question the potency of certain produce to help REVERSE
cancer (no less prevent) has been scientifically verified and
should be explored and exploited. I'm sure organic produce would do
an ever better job.

The London study cost $199,000 (£120,000). Yet how much did the
National Cancer Institute spend on cancer research last year?
$5,260,738. How much does the American Cancer Society average,
annually? About $10-12 million a year. (associatedcontent.com)

Maybe they could spare some change to determine whether eating
broccoli free of hazardous chemicals would reduce cancer rates.

In the end, it sounds like this study was just meant to serve the
viewpoint of big agricultural business. The same industry who came
up with the clever idea of growing pesticides directly inside corn.
The same industry that has demonstrated over and over again that
they are into making more and more profit by cutting health and
safety corners.


Carolyn Dean MD ND
The Doctor of the Future

P.S. If you can't afford to eat totally organic, make sure that any
meat, dairy or eggs you consume are organically grown. Animals fed
non-organic feed concentrate the residue from pesticides and
chemical fertilizers in their bodies. In Future Health Now! I go
into great detail about selecting quality meat, dairy and eggs --
plus how to save money on organic produce. I also show you what to
do if you can't afford organic produce. For more info on Future
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