As more and more lab results have been documented, it has become increasingly apparent that humanity cannot survive the mass engineered poisoning of the food supply. There are people who see this engineering of toxicated foods as deliberate and malicious. Here’s an overview of some of the incredibly shocking findings that have been documented:
According to the website of Shape (http://www.shape.com/blogs/shape-your-life/13-banned-foods-still-allowed-us) there are many toxins used in the food industry of the USA. We in South Africa copy everything from America and most of the same problems are found here.
What are the consequences?
The result is what one sees unfolding around us right now: mass insanity, incredible escalations of criminality among political operatives, clinical insanity among an increasing number of mainstream media writers and reporters, widespread infertility in young couples, skyrocketing rates of kidney failure and dialysis patients, plus a near total loss of rational thinking among the voting masses.
The long-term effects of this widespread food poisoning phenomenon will be the utter downfall of modern human civilization for numerous reasons ranging from economic non-sustainability to environmental destruction and the global rise of political violence.
Each American consumes around four kilogram of these additives each year. Some geneticists are warning that we have no way of knowing what effect these substances will have on our DNA.
There are three main threats to health associated with food additives:
carcinogenicity, the danger of producing cancer,
teratogenicity, the danger of harming a foetus, and,
mutagenicity, the danger of changing gene patterns.
Unfortunately, most additives are only tested for acute toxicity to determine whether or not they do immediate damage to any of the body’s organs. There’s no way they can be accurately tested for teratogenicity and for genetic effects. Furthermore, little consideration is given as to how different chemicals are going to affect us when they are consumed together over long periods.
The most common neurotoxins in food are monosodium glutamate (MSG or glutamic acid), aspartame (aspartic acid), autolyzed yeast and, according to Dr. Russell Blaylock—neurosurgeon, nutritionist, and author of Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, also hydrolyzed protein of any type and yeast extract. Some neurotoxins are hidden in foods under the terms “spices,” “natural flavours,” or “artificial flavours.” At least one excitotoxin is found in most prepared foods, including soups, and particularly in prepared vegetarian foods such as meat substitutes.
MSG and autolyzed yeast are prevalent in low-fat and no-fat foods, packaged foods, fast food restaurant meals, and instant meals such as soups and noodles. Even baby food and infant formulas may contain both MSG and processed aspartame. Aspartame is the technical name for commercial artificial sweeteners such as Spoonful, NutraSweet, Equal, EqualMeasure, and others.
Genetically modified corn is engineered to grow a deadly toxin inside each and every grain of corn. This deadly toxin is then consumed by all the people who unknowingly eat genetically engineered crops via breakfast cereals, corn tortillas, corn snack chips, etc. This mass poisoning of the population is clearly intentional, as it is deliberately engineered into the crops which are grown for the sole purpose of human and animal consumption. This mass poisoning is not accidental, in other words, and in fact the technology is promoted under the justification that it will “feed the world.”
The commercial purpose of GMOs is not to feed the world or improve farming. Rather, they exist to gain intellectual property (i.e. patent rights) over seeds and plant breeding and to drive agriculture in directions that benefit agribusiness. (http://nutritionstudies.org/gmo-dangers-facts-you-need-to-know/; https://foodrevolution.org/blog/former-pro-gmo-scientist/)
Eighty per cent of our food is now factory produced. It has been taken apart, put back together, and permanently altered. During this process many vital nutrients are lost. Food producers claim that they are able to replace lost nutrients, but the nutrients put back are determined by cost rather than by human nutritional needs.
Take bread, for example. All the vital nutrients are lost in the refining of flour. Some of the lost nutrients are fibre, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc, magnesium, copper, vitamin B, iron, phosphorous, and vitamin E. The only nutrients added back into the bread are nicotinic acid, B1, chalk calcium, and a cheap form of iron our bodies can’t use very well.
In addition, animal food is laced with antibiotics to slow spoilage and evidence of disease. Even fresh fruits and vegetables are no longer entirely fresh. They’re sprayed with pesticides, and are sometimes artificially ripened with ethane gas, then waxed or put into cold storage steeped in inert gases.
Some toxic additives:
Ingredients: Colouring agents (blue 1, blue 2, yellow 5, and yellow 6)
Found in: Cake, candy, macaroni and cheese, medicines, sport drinks, soda, pet food, and cheese. The use of artificial dyes—the most popular being red 40, yellow 5, and yellow 6—have increased five-fold since 1955.
Health hazards: Back in the day, food colouring came from natural sources, such as saffron and turmeric. “Today most artificial colours are made from coal tar, which is also used to seal-coat products to preserve and protect the shine of industrial floors. It also appears in head lice shampoos to kill off the small bugs.
Ingredient: Olestra (Olean)
Found in: Fat-free potato chips
Health hazards: This fat substitute appears to cause a dramatic depletion of fat-soluble vitamins and carotenoids, robbing us of the vital micro-nutrients. It can have embarrassing bathroom side effects (including oily anal leakage). Many countries, including the U.K. and Canada, have banned it.
Ingredient: Brominated vegetable oil (BVO)
Found in: Sports drinks and citrus-flavoured sodas
Health hazards: Because it competes with iodine for receptor sites in the body, elevated levels of the stuff may lead to thyroid issues, such as hypothyroidism, autoimmune disease, and cancer. BVO’s main ingredient, bromine, is a poisonous chemical that is considered both corrosive and toxic. It’s been linked to major organ system damage, birth defects, growth problems, schizophrenia, and hearing loss. It has been banned in more than 100 countries.
Ingredient: Potassium bromate (brominated flour)
Found in: Rolls, wraps, flatbread, bread crumbs, and bagel chips
Health hazards: Made with the same toxic chemical found in BVO (bromine), this additive has been associated with kidney and nervous system disorders as well as gastrointestinal discomfort. While the FDA has not banned the use of bromated flour, they do urge bakers to voluntarily leave it out..
Ingredient: Azodicarbonamide. Found in: Breads, frozen dinners, boxed pasta mixes, and packaged baked goods
Health hazards: This chemical that’s been linked to asthma and is primarily used in foamed plastics, like yoga mats and sneaker soles.
Ingredients: BHA and BHT. Found in: Cereal, nut mixes, gum, butter, meat, dehydrated potatoes, and beer
Health hazards: BHA is may be a human carcinogen, a cancer-causing agent.
Ingredients: Synthetic hormones (rBGH and rBST). Found in: Milk and dairy products
Health hazards: Cows treated with these synthetic hormones often become lame, infertile, and suffer from inflamed and infected udders. Humans, who consume these cows’ by-products, are in no better shape: The milk is supercharged with IGF-1 (insulin growth factor -1), which has been linked to breast, colon, and prostate cancers.
Ingredient: Arsenic. Found in: Poultry. Used in chicken feed to promote growth, improve efficiency in feeding the birds, and boost pigmentation.
Health hazards: The European Union has outlawed the use of arsenic since 1999, The Environmental Protection Agency classifies inorganic arsenic as a “human carcinogen.” Take matters into your own hands by sticking to organic birds only.
Ingredients: Diphenylamine (DPA) a mixture of chemicals that protect the fruit from blackening or browning during long months in storage
Found in: Apples, apple juice, applesauce, pears, and baby food
Health hazards: One of the issues with DPA is that the chemicals can break down and form nitrosamines, which are carcinogenic.
Clearly, it’s wise to exercise caution in consuming additives. Here are some ways to reduce your additive intake:
- Stop buying bottled, tinned and packaged processed foods. Utterly avoid all processed meats containing sodium nitrite, including bacon, hot dogs, sausage, ham, deli meats, pepperoni pizza and even beef jerky.
- Replace them with fruits and vegetables: as much raw and organic food as possible.
- Try to stay away from all GMO foods: especially wheat, maize and soya.
- Aspartame is toxic to biology.
- Read labels and watch out for foods that contain sugar and salt. Don’t be misled by words like glucose, dextrose, or corn syrup. They’re all sugar. All artificial sweeteners have harmful side effects if consumed in sufficient quantity.
- Give up processed snacks. Choose nuts and fruits instead.
- Eat plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, whole grains, raw nuts, and seeds for vitamins and minerals.
- Use only whole grains such as brown rice and whole wheat. A good policy is not to eat any grains that are white.
- Be sceptical of “natural” products which are heavily processed and refined in some way. Ask about countries of origin. Check heavy metals lab results to stay informed.
- Except for rare exceptions, stop buying super foods and supplements made in China, the world’s most polluted food producer.