GMO’s ! Not in this cafeteria!

June 7, 2014 by  
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Hi people. :lol: Thank you! :-D

 

There is ONE cafeteria in the whole world now that absolutely, hands down, without a single doub t WILL NOT let one, minuscule, small, tiny bit,  of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) AKA, fake, chemical, cancer causing food stuff, in their kitchens and will not serve it to their customers.

 

We need to use them as a role model.  Are you ready for who that cafeteria  is so we can congratulate them and model our eating behavior around theirs?

You won’t believe it folks…… It’s    : :twisted: MONSANTO! :evil:

 

Folks, the makers of GMO’s , or fake, cancer causing ,mutated ,virus infected, chemical, ladened food   will not eat the GMO’s themselves.

 

Want to learn how to avoid a painful cancer death by food read this web site and subscribe to Jeffery Smiths newsletter:

http://seedsofdeception.com/what-is-gmo/

Learn about the EVIL EMPIRE here:   http://strathconabeekeepers.blogspot.com/2012/01/monsanto-evil-empire.html

 

 

EVIL SEED OF CORPORATE GREED! 

 

 

Almost ten years ago, at a Business for Social Responsibility conference in Los Angeles, I attended a presentation by Monsanto. The company made the case that genetically modified foods would cure world hunger. GMOs, Monsanto asserted, would spark the next green revolution. I walked out of the session depressed and upset, wondering why Monsanto had been given a platform at the BSR event. I didn’t renew my membership.

Monsanto got its start making saccharin. In 1948, the company started making a powerful herbicide; a by-product of the process was the creation of a chemical that would later be known as dioxin.

On March 8, 1949, a massive explosion rocked a Monsanto herbicide plant. Court records indicate that 226 plant workers fell ill. In the 1960s, the factory manufactured Agent Orange, which later became the focus of lawsuits by Vietnam veterans contending that they had been harmed by exposure.

Monsanto has manufactured plastics, resins, rubber goods, fuel additives, artificial caffeine, industrial fluids, vinyl siding, anti-freeze, fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides before deciding to leave the world of chemicals and instead become a life-sciences company. But Monsanto’s history still haunts us: left in its past is the potential responsibility for more than 50 Environmental Protection Agency Superfund sites and dozens of toxic chemicals that most likely are still circulating in our bloodstreams.

Today, Monsanto, according to a report in Vanity Fair (Monsanto’s Harvest of Fear), has moved on to harassing farmers who (they believe) refuse to abide by an agreement not to collect any of the seeds generated by plants that Monsanto considers its intellectual property:

“Ever since commercial introduction of its G.M. seeds, in 1996, Monsanto has launched thousands of investigations and filed lawsuits against hundreds of farmers and seed dealers. In a 2007 report, the Center for Food Safety, in Washington, D.C., documented 112 such lawsuits, in 27 states. Even more significant, in the Center’s opinion, are the numbers of farmers who settle because they don’t have the money or the time to fight Monsanto. “The number of cases filed is only the tip of the iceberg,” says Bill Freese, the Center’s science-policy analyst. Freese says he has been told of many cases in which Monsanto investigators showed up at a farmer’s house or confronted him in his fields, claiming he had violated the technology agreement and demanding to see his records.”

As if it’s not already difficult enough to survive as a farmer. The dairy industry, according to the article, gets similar treatment:

“Jeff Kleinpeter takes very good care of his dairy cows. In the winter he turns on heaters to warm their barns. In the summer, fans blow gentle breezes to cool them, and on especially hot days, a fine mist floats down to take the edge off Louisiana’s heat. The dairy has gone “to the ultimate end of the earth for cow comfort,” says Kleinpeter, a fourth-generation dairy farmer in Baton Rouge.”

But Monsanto doesn’t like the label on Kleinpeter Dairy’s milk cartons: “From Cows Not Treated with rBGH.” Giving consumers that information has stirred the ire of Monsanto. The company contends that advertising by Kleinpeter and other dairies touting their “no rBGH” milk reflects adversely on Monsanto’s product.

In light of the article, Monsanto’s pledge, “Growth for a Better World,” makes for curious reading:

“We want to make the world a better place for future generations. As an agricultural company, Monsanto can do this best by providing value through the products and systems we offer to farmers.
With the growth of modern agricultural practices and crops that generate ever-increasing yields, we are helping farmers around the world to create a better future for human beings, the environment, and local economies.”

I doubt that many farmers would agree. Is Monsanto evil? I’m not sure that there is enough evidence to convict, but it’s certainly a candidate for my list of the world’s 10 worst companies.

 

Confused Because White Coats put down Colonics, Ionic Footbaths, etc, etc……detox therapies

June 4, 2014 by  
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Hi folks and thank you! ;-)

:lol:   People,     if you are confused about what Complementary, Alternative,  safe,  natural,  detoxification therapy to use to clean up with, just ask a white coat (you walk in a hospital/docs office what do you see? a sea of white coats right?). Whatever the white coat tells you, it’s the exact opposite! 

So for example, you ask a white coat Doctor,  Nurse,  PA  main stream, traditional, allopathic, conventional, injections, drugs and surgery person ; Should I do colonics?  and the white coat response is:  ”why would you do that? or you don’t need to detoxify, your body can do it on it’s own, or they are all quacks or something at all the least bit discouraging..here is what I suggest you do….

 

RUN, do not walk to whatever it is they discouraged you from doing. It’s that easy folks.

White Coat credibility is in the CAN . The mainstream, medical, conventional ,  injections, drugs and surgery person are puppets run by the Legal Drug Cartels (PHAT PHARMA).  The drug Lords :evil:  have BILLIONS of dollars to make. :mrgreen:  You interfere with that plan when you keep 30 feet of intestines clean.   :oops: You interfere with profits when you detoxify your body.   :twisted:

 

I was a main stream puppet for 19 years. :cry:  White Coat! But I switched to Naturopathy and cleansing because of the gross negligence on behalf of WHITE COAT syndrome.  :-| Been in practice for 10 years now as a colonic therapist/ Naturopathic Doctor.

We would love to walk hand in hand with white coats but through ignorance and greed they refuse to accept us. (Most Of Them)

We ‘re not talking about the good guys here, the ones that slap you back together in crisis. 

:-D

 

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is around 5, 000 years old, and Ayurvedic is about 5, 000 years old. Together, thats 10,000 years experience with enemas and colonics that have worked. Now 167 years ago WHITE COATS American Medical Association comes along and knows it all?

hmmmmm…… I don’t know….. :roll:

 

Natural Health Suppressed for the last 167 years: watch this!http://www.thrivemovement.com/medical-establishment

 

The following web site is a great place to start to see for yourself the suppression going on:

you are going to be shocked at this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWRzikJ3iso

 

 

you won’t belive this 2 minute video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4XZzhJfHFE

 

 

Folks I know both sides.  Suppression Of Natural Health Modalities link here:

http://www.thrivemovement.com/suppression-natural-remedies

JUST LOOK AT WHAT THIS LADY IS DOING! FARM TO FORK! REALLY ! NO GMO’S!!!

May 21, 2014 by  
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:lol: Thank you! :-D

http://www.farmtoforkmeat.com/

Folks I just met with the owner of “FARM TO FORK”!  Farm to Fork Meat
Offering local, new pasture, high foraging, GMO FREE meats, eggs, dairy, seafood and beyond organic heirloom produce, a la carte – every week.

I am so excited to tell you there is now a place to go and buy food that is definitely not infected with detrimental, liver and cancer causing disease filth! This is it folks. 100% pure real food for you and your family! I am so happy that this woman opened her doors. It is so refreshing here in the south because the pure food movement is so slow to catch here.

http://responsibletechnology.org/gmo-education

 

There is not “ONE” 100% organic restaurant yet. WTH? If you love your children why would you want to push GMO food down it’s throat? When you take your child to a typical mexican restaurant , they are ingesting at least 15 to 20 GM (genetically Modified) foods. So, in essence what you’re telling them and you is , “I really don’t care that I am making you eat fake, GM foods and that in a few short years , you and I are going to be in the hospital with complications of eating GM food, and that when you go out on your own at 18 you will be sick and continue to have problems from the food I fed you”. GM foods have been secretly pushed on us in US for 20 years. Europe chased Monsanto out of the countries but our government let Monsanto ruin crops with open arms, and Obama wrote into law that you can’t sue Monsanto for damage to your health. Soooo…..

 

 

 

http://www.farmtoforkmeat.com/

 

Even the Healthiest of us Need to Detox

March 3, 2014 by  
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Detoxification – An Essential Process

Detoxification is a buzzword we hear more and more recently, especially in Complementary and Alternative Medicine circles. But what does detoxification actually mean and is it even worth your time to think about it?

Well yes, it probably is because the world we live in is so filled with toxicants (commonly called “toxins”) that even the strongest and healthiest among us are being assaulted every day with chemicals that our bodies must cope with (detoxify and remove) in order for us to survive. If our load of poisons is more than we (or each of our particular genetics) can handle, then this toxic exposure will eventually make us sick or could eventually even kill us. Our bodies, through normal operation, produce a base load of toxins that we need to process to keep functioning. We do have a capacity to detoxify more, but even if you happen to be extraordinarily careful and try to avoid every toxin in the world, there will come a time when you are accidentally exposed to a dose of some kind of toxic substance. Your body must detoxify all of these toxins in order for you to maintain your health.

Fortunately, our bodies have ways of handling foreign contaminants, primarily through the liver and kidneys. Clearing out toxic substances is known as detoxification, and our bodies are pretty good at it most of the time. But, there are some cases when your body needs just a little bit of help.

How can we help our bodies to detoxify and is it worth the bother?

THE HISTORY OF TOXINS

We, as humans, evolved to be able to handle certain problematic substances that are in our environment or diet (infections, injury, animal bites, and poisonous plants were the primary toxins we dealt with for most of our evolution).

Humans eventually started mining our own toxic substances. A good early example of this is the mining and using heavy metals like lead. During the Roman Empire people used make up and even “health” supplements created using lead, which caused significant illness in those exposed. Humans also experimented with toxic substances using them for manufacturing (e.g. using mercury to make men’s top-hats, leading to the now familiar description of top-hat manufacturers as “Mad as a Hatter”).

But the last 100 – 200 years has seen an explosion in the development and use of new and particularly dangerous toxic substances. This is primarily because chemistry has matured and humans learned how to assemble all kinds of “useful” chemicals. Unfortunately, many of these chemicals are also very toxic and often make us sick. From pesticides to industrial waste products, the amount of toxins we are exposed to is staggering.

HOW DOES YOUR BODY REMOVE TOXINS?

To simplify a very complicated subject, there are only a few ways our body can actually remove toxins from itself. The number 1 and 2 ways are pretty obvious (i.e. urination and defecation). Of course, If you’ve ever been sick with a stomach “bug”, you are probably well acquainted with another, more extreme route — nausea and vomiting clears out your stomach contents very quickly taking any toxins you ingested along with it. Another, less expected, way of removing toxins from our body is sweating, where the moisture and salts in our skin literally “pull” the toxins out with them. Another method of toxin removal, you may not give much thought to, is respiration. A good example of this is that every minute we breathe out excess carbon dioxide (a toxin for us).

Finally, if your body can’t get rid of a toxin through any of these means, it will simply wall off the offending material. The problem with this last method is that the inflammation needed to wall of a toxic substance (let’s say asbestos) leads to the formation of very fibrous scar tissue. This scar tissue often is created exactly where you don’t want it, like your lungs or your arteries. This is why there was so much litigation around asbestos exposure. The body would wall off the dangerous asbestos molecules causing severe lung scarring (asbestosis) because our bodies cannot “detoxify” asbestos in any other way.

FAT AND WATER

The liver processes fat soluble toxins
so that they can be eliminated
through your intestines as bile.

Toxins fall into two broad categories, fat soluble and water soluble. This means that a given chemical can only really be stored in fat or water, but usually not both. For instance, vitamins A, D, E, and K are fat soluble, so they are stored in fat cells in your body, the liver specifically. While vitamins are not toxins, it illustrates how things can be stored and transported in the body. Because they need fat to make their way into your body, this is why many supplements are supposed to be taken with a meal.

The body uses two different approaches to remove toxins from our bodies:

Fat soluble toxins are removed by the liver through the production of bile (a digestive enzyme the liver produces) and releases it into the small intestine during digestion. Once there, it is absorbed by the fiber in your diet, and safely pushed through until you deposit it in the toilet. This is one of the big reasons why fiber is so important in your diet; without enough of it, the toxins can be reabsorbed through your intestine into your body and must be processed out again.

The kidney removes water
soluble toxins.

Water soluble toxins have a number of different ways of being detoxified and removed by our bodies. After the liver processes them into (slightly) safer versions, the “tagged” toxins travel through your bloodstream until they reach the kidneys. Once in the kidneys, the chemical tag the liver put on the toxin is recognized by the cells there and the tagged toxins are moved through to the bladder, where you can pee them out safely. This is why urine tests are so useful for recognizing imbalances in chemicals in your body, as many chemicals are removed this way if they are in excess or there is some other problem. This is also why urine tests are used to detect the “metabolites” (chemicals produced in breaking down a substance) of drugs, legal or otherwise.

THE LIVER

The “go to” organ for dealing with things that don’t belong in your body is the liver. Your liver plays a number of crucial roles in your system especially the immune system, well as regulating levels of a large number of hormones and other chemicals (e.g. vitamins, blood sugar levels) that, if out of balance, could be considered toxic. Your liver is also one of the main places that medications and other drugs are broken down so that they can be removed from your body. On top of all this, the liver both aids in digestion (by producing bile to help digest fats) and sends out processed waste for removal. There are two major steps in processing toxins.

 

The cytochrome system is an extremely complex set of enzymes that perform a remarkable number of reactions in virtually every cell in your body. When your liver encounters a toxin, the cytochrome system is the first line of defense that springs into action. There are about 100 enzymes involved in this process, and they essentially convert anything they can into water-soluble chemicals that can be removed by (primarily) your kidneys.

The major detox pathways and what supports them.

Anything the cytochrome enzymes can’t convert into specifically a water-soluble chemical is transformed into a type called a reactive form, called a “free radical”. This means that an oxygen atom is tagged onto it, making it potentially more harmful, except that it then becomes a target for anti-oxidants in your body.

Glutathione

One of the most powerful anti-oxidants found in the body is a chemical called glutathione. Glutathione is found in our diet and also naturally produced by your body. It is found in fruits, vegetables, fish, and meat. It is a pretty simple compound made up of three amino acids — cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine. Even though it is found in a number of foods, supplementing glutathione directly does not appear to be effective, since the body can’t absorb it very well in the intestines. You can, however, supplement the levels of the amino acids it is made up of (cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine) to allow your body to produce more as it is needed. Glutathione is the main way that our bodies remove heavy metals and many fat-soluble toxins, by binding with them and making the water-soluble for the kidney to remove.

Glutathione is also one of the major ways your body processes toxins after the cytochrome system is done working on them. The cytochrome system generates a lot of “free radicals” (chemicals that can cause DNA damage as well as physical damage to many cells in the body) when processing toxins. In order to “fix” these free radicals generated from the cytochrome system, glutathione is essential. If your body runs out of glutathione because of a particularly strong or chronic exposure to toxins, these dangerous forms of toxins (free radicals) can cause significant damage.

WHAT CAN I DO TO REMOVE TOXINS FROM MY BODY?

While there are many things you can do to increase toxin removal, there are some small changes that make a big difference.

First, avoid taking in the toxins in to your body to begin with: For example, eating organic food instead of conventionally farmed foods can remove almost all synthetic pesticides getting into your body. This alone greatly reduces the toxic load that your body must process, not to mention avoiding the nasty side effects of pesticides overall. Other important toxins to avoid are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) like formaldehyde.

Second, eat more fiber: Since fiber helps to remove fat soluble toxins in your intestines (released as bile) while also preventing them from being reabsorbed, increasing your fiber intake can reduce the burden of having to reprocess the toxins that don’t get a chance to clear and are reabsorbed.

Charcoal appears to act in a similar fashion to fiber in this regard, absorbing and binding with potentially dangerous chemicals and poisons; this is why when someone accidentally ingests a poison, doctors may recommend taking activated charcoal, as it helps neutralize many different kinds of poisons. Products like Takesumi Supreme (finely ground carbonized bamboo) do this remarkably well, and are a safe way that I use to help my body remove potential toxins. Originally developed and sold in Japan, Takesumi can be used in water or even added to baked goods as a source of fiber, as many Japanese bakeries do. Takesumi is an extremely gentle and safe method for removing excessive heavy metals. It can be particularly helpful in removing mercury in people who have problems associated with excessive mercury buildup in their bodies.

Supplements

In addition to these changes, you could also consider taking some supplements to support the systems that work to keep you toxin-free. The best supplements to help your body remove toxins are those that act as anti-oxidants or in some way enhance the production of glutathione. These include:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA)
  • Selenium (found in onions, broccoli, and Brazil nuts)
  • S-adenosylmethione (SAMe)
  • amino acids like cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine (which make up glutathione)
  • Milk Thistle (helps produce glutathione)

CONCLUSION

It is important to remember that the toxins in your environment are not the only ones that your body processes. There are waste products in your metabolism that need to be processed out as well, such as hormones, ammonia (from breaking down proteins), and many others. In addition, the liver processes certain things we eat in exactly the same way as toxins, such as ethanol (from alcoholic beverages) and fructose (half of ordinary table sugar). but it can also degrade the performance of the liver removing other toxins.

When you add the load of environmental toxins, your body’s natural detoxification system can easily get overwhelmed. Knowing how to decrease your toxic load and increase your body’s ability to replenish its defenses is a key part of maintaining optimum health

WHAT IS GMO? Agricultural Crops That Have a Risk of Being GMO

July 3, 2013 by  
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THANK YOU FOLKS!   :lol:

Are GMOs safe?
Most developed nations do not consider GMOs to be safe. In more than 60 countries around the world, including Australia, Japan, and all of the countries in the European Union, there are significant restrictions or outright bans on the production and sale of GMOs. In the U.S., the government has approved GMOs based on studies conducted by the same corporations that created them and profit from their sale. Increasingly, Americans are taking matters into their own hands and choosing to opt out of the GMO experiment.

GMOs, or “genetically modified organisms,” are plants or animals created through the gene splicing techniques of biotechnology (also called genetic engineering, or GE). This experimental technology merges DNA from different species, creating unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and viral genes that cannot occur in nature or in traditional crossbreeding.

For consumers, it can be difficult to stay up-to-date on food ingredients that are at-risk of being genetically modified, as the list of at-risk agricultural ingredients is frequently changing. As part of the Non-GMO Project’s commitment to informed consumer choice, they work diligently to maintain an accurate list of risk ingredients.

Agricultural products are segmented into two groups: (1) those that are high-risk of being GMO because they are currently in commercial production, and (2) those that have a monitored risk because suspected or known incidents of contamination have occurred and/or the crops have genetically modified relatives in commercial production with which cross-pollination (and consequently contamination) is possible. For more information on the Non-GMO Project’s testing and verification of risk ingredients and processed foods, please see the Non-GMO Project Standard.

High-Risk Crops (in commercial production; ingredients derived from these must be tested every time prior to use in Non-GMO Project Verified products (as of December 2011):

  • Alfalfa (first planting 2011)
  • Canola (approx. 90% of U.S. crop)
  • Corn (approx. 88% of U.S. crop in 2011)
  • Cotton (approx. 90% of U.S. crop in 2011)
  • Papaya (most of Hawaiian crop; approximately 988 acres)
  • Soy (approx. 94% of U.S. crop in 2011)
  • Sugar Beets (approx. 95% of U.S. crop in 2010)
  • Zucchini and Yellow Summer Squash (approx. 25,000 acres)

ALSO high-risk: animal products (milk, meat, eggs, honey, etc.) because of contamination in feed.

Monitored Crops (those for which suspected or known incidents of contamination have occurred, and those crops which have genetically modified relatives in commercial production with which cross-pollination is possible; we test regularly to assess risk, and move to “High-Risk” category for ongoing testing if we see contamination):

  • Beta vulgaris (e.g., chard, table beets)
  • Brassica napa (e.g., rutabaga, Siberian kale)
  • Brassica rapa (e.g., bok choy, mizuna, Chinese cabbage, turnip, rapini, tatsoi)
  • Curcubita (acorn squash, delicata squash, patty pan)
  • Flax
  • Rice
  • Wheat

Common Ingredients Derived from GMO Risk Crops
Amino Acids, Aspartame, Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Ascorbate, Vitamin C, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Ethanol, Flavorings (“natural” and “artificial”), High-Fructose Corn Syrup, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Lactic Acid, Maltodextrins, Molasses, Monosodium Glutamate, Sucrose, Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP), Xanthan Gum, Vitamins, Yeast Products.

You may also be wondering about…

  • Tomatoes: In 1994, genetically modified Flavr Savr tomatoes became the first commercially produced GMOs. They were brought out of production just a few years later, in 1997, due to problems with flavor and ability to hold up in shipping. There are no genetically engineered tomatoes in commercial production, and tomatoes are considered “low-risk” by the Non-GMO Project Standard.
  • Potatoes: Genetically modified NewLeaf potatoes were introduced by Monsanto in 1996. Due to consumer rejection by several fast-food chains and chip makers, the product was never successful and was discontinued in the spring of 2001. There are no genetically engineered potatoes in commercial production, and potatoes are considered “low-risk” by the Non-GMO Project Standard.
  • Salmon: A company called AquaBounty is currently petitioning the FDA to approve its genetically engineered variety of salmon, which has met with fierce consumer resistance. 
  • Pigs: A genetically engineered variety of pig, called Enviropig was developed by scientists at the University of Guelph, with research starting in 1995 and government approval sought beginning in 2009. In 2012 the University announced an end to the Enviropig program, and the pigs themselves were euthanized in June 2012.

Colonics Raleigh NC Suggests you go Gluten Free and Lose Weight Fast ! Say no to GMO foods and wheat is the major one

February 8, 2013 by  
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:evil:

The corporate takeover of the world food economy , which has destroyed family farms and rural communities worldwide, churns out massive amounts of life threatening genetically engineered food.  :evil:

http://www.responsibletechnology.org/10-Reasons-to-Avoid-GMOs

 

Thank you for clicking in on our Blog! :lol:

List of Foods Containing Gluten and they all cause you to bloat up, inflammation, constipation and gas!

Grains

Grains are gluten in its most natural form, so avoid:

  • Barley, including barley malt
  • Bran
  • Bulgur
  • Farina
  • Kamut
  • Orzo
  • Semolina
  • Spelt
  • Wheat

Pastas

Any pasta, whether elbow macaroni, bowtie, spaghetti, rigatoni, or any other shape, that is made of:

  • Wheat
  • Semolina
  • Farina

Baked Goods

Most processed baked goods are made from wheat, so these contain gluten. Look for gluten free alternatives to these goodies:

  • Cake
  • Bread
  • Bread crumbs
  • Cupcakes
  • Tortillas
  • Bagels
  • Muffins
  • Pastries
  • Sandwich buns
  • Hotdog buns
  • Pizza crust
  • Pie crust

Cereal

Cereal made from rye, wheat, bran, and barley always contain gluten, but ones containing oats, corn, and rice are often processed on the same equipment as their gluteny counterparts. It is imperative that you look for the “gluten free” label on cereal.

Meat and Poultry

In its natural state, meat and poultry is gluten free. However, the processing and cooking of the meat often adds gluten. Be wary of any meat or poultry that is precooked or prepared, especially these types:

  • Breaded meat or chicken
  • Oven- or deep-fried meats
  • Hot dogs and other meats processed with “natural flavors”
  • Lunch meat

Other Items

  • Beer
  • Dressings
  • Couscous
  • Tabbouli
  • Gravies
  • Sauces
  • Candy
  • Potato chips
  • Tortilla chips
  • Canned soup and broth
  • Bouillon cubes
  • Frozen or canned vegetables in sauce
  • Restaurant or fast food French fries

The bottom line when it comes to gluten is that you must always check labels or, better yet, eat food that doesn’t require a label, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, and poultry.

Genetically Modified Organism–GMO–Spliced Genetic–Mad Science

September 22, 2012 by  
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:-o  OMG__GMO_OMG 8-O      

Watch in total disbelief…Then act please……………

 

 

http://geneticroulettemovie.com/ 

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