This section is life saving. It’s purpose is to make you think and to offer alternative natural solutions to everyday issues. The universe gives us everything we need to live. We challenge you to make the change and incorporate the universes natural resources into your daily lives.
Are you an avid label reader? If you shop in any store for consumable products, you should read every label of every product you purchase. Why? It is important to know the ingredients you put in your body and on your skin because what you put in is what you get out.
You might say, you don’t understand the terminology on the label, but that is no longer an excuse. We now have the most powerful tool in the world (the internet) at our disposal. You have to ask yourself the question, is my life and the lives of my family members worth the time it takes to research the ingredients of the products I use?
There is another important reason to read labels. There are some products we may want to avoid completely. According to the St. Louis Today Suburban Journal section (St. Louis, Missouri) July 7, 2007, “The FDA issued a countrywide import alert for imported Chinese farmed seafood products, including catfish, shrimp and eel, on June 28. Unsafe levels of medicinal residue that have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals reportedly contaminated the products. In early June, the FDA urged consumers to throw out toothpaste that had been made in China because it had reportedly contained a poisonous chemical found in antifreeze.
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin said, “The announcement (from the FDA) reaffirms that ‘Made in China’ is rapidly becoming a warning label for American consumers.”
Various newspaper articles state other made in china products to avoid are cough syrup, pet food and monkfish.
The other issue is contaminated raw foods that are bought in bulk and shipped to the US from China. For instance, corn gluten and wheat flour are purchased from companies in China and shipped to U. S. companies. Food manufacture’s purchase the contaminated raw materials and make their products with them. We normally don’t hear about these cases until a group of people get sick or die as a result of consuming the tainted products.
According to Omid Ghorseishi at The Epoch Times (Edmonton, Canada) May 31, 2007, “Monthly reports by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration show that China by far tops the list of countries with the most food shipment rejections. Last April, 257 import shipments from China were denied entry to the U.S. for reasons ranging from mislabeling to using poisonous additives.
My thought is, if 257 import shipments were denied entry to the U.S., how many contaminated shipments got through? My other thought is we rely on China for too many things.
There was a time when this country was self-sufficient. What happened to all of our farms? You grow your own and then make your own. We were a healthier people then.
Disclaimer: We’re not anti China. We are pro truth. If the FDA is not catching these contaminants before they hit the store shelves, then it is our right to spread the truth to protect our families.