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The What Era? Did you Say Arsenic!?

According to the American Journal of Medicine, Celiac Disease has been doubling every 15 years since 1974. The stats for a plethora of other diseases are no better. There’s a simple cause/effect factor to everything in life, so let’s take a look at some hard facts:

  • The 50’s were deemed the “pesticide era” going from arsenic based pesticides to DDT (never mind what arsenic does to the body, there’s not enough paper in the world to document the physical damage DDT causes and it is still a legal chemical in some countries including Mexico).
  • From the 1950’s to 2000 pesticide use has increased 50 fold. And if 50 is not a number that alarms you, how about 2.3 million tonnes a year? If 2.3 isn’t disturbing either, try 4,600,000,000 pounds a year. (as of 2001, the EPA has mysteriously stopped reporting stats).
  • GMO’s hit the world in the early 80’s and growing exponentially year to year. Now there’s a whole new terrifying mix to the toxic formula.

Do we need Einstein to determine that humans were not meant to process food and chemicals created by bio-engineers previously employed to create warfare chemicals?

Do you believe in coincidences? Our food supply got extremely toxic in the last 60 years and people started getting very sick in mass numbers. Do we need a billion dollars of research to make the link?

Are we really wondering why Celiac (and 1000 other diseases) are growing exponentially?

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3 Comments

  1. Dawn

    March 22, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    Despite the enormous strides made in health care we still killing ourselves through diet and lifestyle. The human body was not designed to eat the foods that we now choose and we’re paying the price for this indulgence.

    It’s a crazy world when crap food is cheaper to buy than wholesome food.

  2. Delena Silverfox

    March 22, 2011 at 3:48 am

    This information isn’t surprising. I recently saw Food Inc., and the information there wasn’t surprising, either, though some of the footage was very disturbing and it *still* haunts me.
    Soon we won’t be able to get away from engineered products rather than food; even vegetables are trademarked, for cryin’ out loud!
    How are we supposed to lead healthy lives when we can’t grow our own food that hasn’t been genetically tampered with?

    Delena

  3. Johnny Palmer

    March 21, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    Take a look around. It is easy to see that the lifestyle we live is killing us faster than every before. Sure we may be living longer, but at what expense? Chronic diseases, intolerances to entire foods groups, skin conditions, lethargy and sleeplessness. If only governments would ban fast food the world would be perfect :D

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