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Originally posted by misswanderer31
I think I will just stick to water from now on... from the tap... we dont put floride in our water here! Thank goodness!!!!
Originally posted by Telafree
If they are affecting the endocrine system then you wouldnt have any deaths, you'd just have a lot of people ill with immune deficiancy type illnesses like rheumatoid arthritis. The kind that make people dependant on the massive pharmacutical companies to keep them alive and symptom free. It's doing exactly what they want. You dont count deaths, you count the people who are living WITH illness, not dying from them.
Originally posted by MajKarma
I thought I would remind everyone about the use of Aspartame in diet Drinks and other food and beverages. It is one of the many attacks against world population, like Floride, anthoer poison; Aspartame is, by far, the most dangerous substance on the market that is added to foods.
Take a look at what you are eating and what's in it, odds are there are poisions intnetionally in there: That bottle of water you are drinking because you think it is good for you..., the plastic leaches BPAs
According to its critics, BPA mimics naturally occurring estrogen, a hormone that is part of the endocrine system, the body's finely tuned messaging service. "These hormones control the development of the brain, the reproductive system and many other systems in the developing fetus," says Frederick vom Saal, Ph.D., a developmental biologist at the University of Missouri. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals can duplicate, block or exaggerate hormonal responses. "The most harm is to the unborn or newborn child," vom Saal says.
That coffee you make using a distilling process is probably the only clean water a person gets...not sure about the none coffee drinker.
Originally posted by MouseOnMars
This is all crap, to be honest. I'm all for thinking outside of the box but this whole aspartame and plastic bottle/container theory has been disproven so many times.
Why would a corporation or company of any kind attempt to KILL it's customers? It makes far more sense to put something addictive into a product, if you're going to add anything at all.
It's just like the arguments against MSG. Japan and China both use it heavily in their cooking and they have an OVERpopulation problem, not people dieing en masse as a result of chemical additives.
Unless you're here to provide new irrefutable evidence then I'm afraid all you're gonna be doing right here is just adding to the background noise of nutjobs who refuse to accept any conclusion except their own.
[edit on 3-4-2008 by MouseOnMars]