Saturday, July 18, 2015

One Reason Why Exporting Specialty Food is High Priority

Out of California comes good news/bad news.  Good news?  No evidence of water table contamination threat from fracking.

“Notably, most groundwater sampling studies do not even measure stimulation chemicals, partly because their full chemical composition and reaction products were unknown prior to this study,” the report said.
The lack of data also means that treated wastewater is not necessarily getting stripped of potentially harmful elements. “Treatment of produced water destined for reuse may not detect or remove chemicals associated with hydraulic fracturing and acid stimulation,” the report noted.

Bad news?  No one has studied the problem. That is how the game is played.  Do a study on "fracking risks" but don't look for the chemicals that do damage.  Like swimming pools and streams today, refuse to look for synthetic estrogen levels.  Wonder why there are two-headed frogs, but don't look for the obvious reason.

Fat in food is also satisfying, meaning you'll eat less.  Thus, less profits for the food processors, who own the FDA and it's pronouncements:
Recognizing this new evidence, the scientists on the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, for the first time in 35 years have sent recommendations to the government without any upper limit on total fat. In addition, reduced-fat foods were specifically not recommended for obesity prevention. Instead, the committee encouraged consumption according to healthful food-based diet patterns.
Next, the truth is getting out on frankenfoods -
Perhaps predictably, an “outraged” Monsanto, the company that makes Roundup, has accused IARC of “agenda-driven bias” and “cherry-picking” data. “We disagree with their conclusions certainly. Our position is glyphosate is not a carcinogen,” insisted a Monsanto spokesman, although he added it had set up an “independent” body of scientists to examine IARC’s findings.

We desperately need people to export the good food made by small USA business so their demand and production will expand.

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Anonymous said...

Yup, saturated fat is actually good for you:

What people need to limit or stay away from is actually sugar and carbohydrates.

Anonymous said...

Actually, all of the nutrients are in the fat, not the meat! It is very good for you. But, this is only if they have been naturally raised animals, eating their natural diets, like grass, roots and insects. Unfortunately most meat you buy has been fed GMO Soy and Corn, also pumped full of growth hormone and anti biotics. Eat Free Range and Organic.

Anonymous said...

MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto:

Anonymous said...

Crops Are Drenched with Roundup Pesticide [which is linked to many diseases] Right Before Harvest: