posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 08:06 PM
reply to post by PuterMan
When it comes to investigating food additives, Who is a lot better. They are trying to reduce health care costs in those countries, healthcare is not
as big a percentage of their economy as it is here in the USA. There is research from colleges and other organizations here in the USA but it seems
to be ignored by the ones who make the regulations governing additives. Profit and sales usually take precidence over overall safety. I studied how
the regulations are made, little testing on long term effects is done or required by the FDA or the companies.
I do a lot of research from many organizations around the world. Even though WHO is influenced by business interests, they are a lot more strict on
some chemistry that is known to have negative effects. Here in this country, it seems people are more worried about carcinogens than compromised
liver and kidney function. It is easy to consume other foods that neutralize the carcinogenic effects of others. Yet the medical industry does not
tell anyone that even though they are aware of it. Neither does the health or pharma industry. I suppose since we didn't pay attention to our
parents or grandparents when they showed us how to cook and plan a meal, we don't deserve to be told. We choose foods now that make us feel good. I
am not complaining about McD's either, some of the veggies we are told are good for us are only good for half the population. If you can afford a
specialist in Metabolism full time to work in the kitchen with your cooking staff, you could probably live without being sick. An old and experienced
specialist, one who has experienced reality.
If your liver and kidneys work properly and detox the body you do not get sick as often or as bad. This includes cancers because if your body stays
strong you fight cancer when it is tiny and easy to kill.
edit on 25-10-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)