Good awareness, and thank you for posting it ( & there's a few dozen current threads out there that deserve the same message). I'm disgusted by
peoples insanity to target the messenger, but what else is new. I have faith in a happy ever-after for the whistleblower, which is more than can be
said for the mob who killed them and supported the action.
My thoughts are actually directed to the poster who mentioned not buying foods from China. So many of our foods are "imported by Sobeys", or "imported
by Loblaws", etc. : As much as I'd like to boycott a lot of sources, those sources remain stealthy to the public. Since when is that kind of stealthy
unaccountability acceptable, where are our consumer agencies who diligently check into products for us, and where is the government-elected concern
for our health? Oh yeah, it doesn't exist anymore since they realized people didn't believe them when they existed (good for the people), and were
phased out as part of saving dollars, and were never re-implemented.
So we have an information void between the transparency which should
be there and the blank labels which tell us nothing. It kind of makes you
wish you could afford the fifty bucks for a box of crackers from the "rich man" stores, doesn't it? Or your own year-round greenhouse stocked with
legacy seed and a breath of relief.
On milk. The pasteurization process is a mixed blessing : it prevents a lot of harmful bacteria, perhaps that is, and should remain the highest
priority. But the homogenization process : I need to document this further, but spinning those milk particles at 20 to 40 thousand rpm to separate the
milk and cream, to prevent spoilage, that's the health kicker. Those particles will no longer separate into milk and cream, but the separation process
makes the milk no longer digestable, because they slip between the cell walls of the throat, esophogas, and stomach lining for direct introduction to
the blood stream and organs. No more stomach acid to neutralize some of the batch. That is carrier territory, and as any good nano-researcher knows,
the possibilities are endless. Latch to homogenized milk, and the particles are already small enough to ride your passengers into target territory.
Scary war we really face these days for a sick, depraved industry to exploit.
Native indians never relied on milk as part of their diet, btw
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