reply to post by Hollie
You are right though. I did read that awhile ago. The thing is it is known that most of what we have in the supermarkets have genetically modified
commodities in it, like 95% or so.
I guess it's better to narrow it down to organic?
I myself am trying to switch to a complete healthy organic diet of fruits and veggies, but i would love to learn how to grow stuff in my house; i'm a
paraplegic and don't have good access to my back yard like that. Also, i do believe the world will be entering a tshtf fubar scenario where there
will be no damn food or water to buy in public facilities.
I don't think the government actually wants SNAP recipients, or anybody for that matter, to be healthy. They insist on using harmful pesticides ans
synthetic methods to grow produce, instead of just keeping it natural. They insist it's because they can't support such a large population with
natural methods, but yet other people in other countries get it done no problem. Private, organic farmers are getting knocked off each year through
insane laws and fees that have no purpose but too make their jobs impossible, and for the government to rake in big cash.
They go and pasteurize the most senseless natural foods. Cuz all of a sudden, these things will kill you if you eat it without it being nuked. Milk?
Crabmeat? Honey? Yup, pretty deadly stuff alright.
Google what nestle puts in their baby formula. You'll gag. The FDA would rather approve that, than let a mother feed her baby some goat milk.
There is a reason why 3 out of 5 Americans these days have diabetes, obesity, cancer, hypertension, or some other crap ailment. And that's not
because 3 out of 5 Americans eat junk food regularly.
I'm aware of hybridization occurring for thousands of years, but what we have today is a phenotypic alteration of certain produce for some desired
trait, but from i am observing, results in my damn grapes tasting like it's filled with a pound of sugar, my tomatoes rotting off in half the time it
used to, and this prickly shelled fruit thing that i like now starting to have this weird, rotten-like taste, though it's not rotten.
Granted, this is something that all recipients should go for. I just don't think that the government's main reason for this is to keep us healthy;
if they wanted to do that, we wouldn't be seeing the crap on the shelves we see, they wouldn't have to pasteurize every thing we eat.