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Arsenic, lead and cadmium in our foods

Over the past 15 years, I have noticed a rising incidence of various heavy metals toxicity.  I often get asked where this could possibly come from.  The report by Mike Adams, Natural News, sheds light on this: Arsenic in rice “There is arsenic in rice, and it’s generally higher in brown rice than in white  rice. Consumer  … Read more

Where do your fruit & veg come from?

Pesticide exposure limits vary greatly between countries.  Pesticides are widely found in foods and their levels are regulated in many countries under a system of Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs).  In Australia, this is administered by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA), a body that receives all of its funding from industry.  MRLs are … Read more

Foods making us sick

The British Allergy Foundation estimates that about half the Western population suffers from food intolerance.  At least 70% of patients who adhere to a tailored elimination diet experience significant improvements.  This is a very important consideration in light of the fact that many chronic health conditions involve immune responses. What makes identification of intolerances so … Read more

CSIRO gene experiments

The Australian CSIRO has developed a strain of genetically modified wheat which can switch off human genes.  The effects of genetic modification are not known, however, correlations with health issues appear to be more than mere coincidence. Watch the video of how Australian scientists are playing with our genetics.

Allergies

Clemens von Pirquet defined allergy in 1906 as: an acquired, specific, altered capacity of the tissues of the body to react to given substances.  This means that our body is over-reacting to a substance that is normally safe. So what causes our body to over-react in this way?  In order for any allergy to develop, the body’s digestive … Read more

No wonder we have gut problems

Dr Mercola reports on how genetic modification of our foods affects our health – in more ways than you may think.  Please take the time to read the article about how a substance colonises gut bacteria which leads to: Gastrointestinal problems Autoimmune diseases Food allergies Childhood learning disorders We need to be more aware of … Read more

The “FREE” added extras

When purchasing fruit and vegetables – whether fresh, frozen, canned or preserved – we are getting much more than we expect.  It seems that agricultural science is continuing to spray and modify our food beyond recognition. Please read the following reports on Genetic Modification and Herbicide Sprays.