mr. gordo wrote:Just when we thought that buying “Organic” was safe, we run headlong into the deliberate poisoning of our organic food supply by the FDA in collusion with none other than the folks who brought us Aspartame. NutraSweet, a former Monsanto asset, has developed a new and improved version of this neurotoxin called Neotame.
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The food labeling requirements required for aspartame have now been dropped for Neotame, and no one is clear why this was allowed to happen. Neotame has been ruled acceptable, and without being included on the list of ingredients, for:
USDA Certified Organic food items.
Certified Kosher products with the official letter k inside the circle on labels. (Janet Hull)
Heruka wrote:you need to read the food saftey bill that just passed into law, (very quietly over holiday period).
its scope is shocking.
most yuppies dont realize how late in the day it is and how dark its getting.
Heruka wrote:im not 100% sure but i understand Aspartame is the defication of bio engineered bacteria, a toxic waste from bio weapon research. LOL but thats a conspiracy right? I mean who wouldnt want to actually reaserch that?
Lhug-Pa wrote:When possible, go Organic or at least non-GMO; because unless you're a Mahasiddha/Vidyadhara or on the verge of being one, there's going to be a HUGE difference between artificial-preservative pesticide-laden conventional food and natural healthy non-GMO/Organic food.
Just make sure that your "organic" isn't sold by companies who lobby to try to reduce organic standards, and/or who support big pharma, big oil, and possibly the military industrial complex.
http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com ... r-food.php
kirtu wrote:I have no idea. People have agendas and this distorts an accurate picture of many situations (remember I live in a city dominated by deception). The USDA definition of "organic" is overly broad. I have no idea how this chemical might affect people, etc. However practically anything done by USDA really can be traced to an office and a person can discuss this decision with someone and they can always get the USDA side of things in detail.
Susanne Posel wrote: http://occupycorporatism.com/stanford-a ... opulation/
...In addition, Stanford has multiple ties to GMO giants such as Monsanto of whom they receive funding from that totals an estimated half billion dollars.
Susan J. Colby, chief executive officer for the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, previously served as co-president for Monsanto’s Sustainable Development sector.
Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, who attended Stanford University during 1965 – 1966, worked for Monsanto as a client and has Monsanto lobbyists working on his campaign for President.
Residue from pesticides measured from organic produce compared against conventionally grown food, using the same data collected by Stanford researchers, showed that they omitted findings that proved the organic food is scientifically proven to be healthier because of the lack of exposure to pesticides.
According to the study, the consumption of pesticides is less of a risk as imagined. Because the Environmental Protection Agency lays down guidelines, the exposure of humans to pesticide consumption may be less when ingesting organic food, but its benefits are negligible.
In the data gathering for the Stanford study, the researchers purposefully excluded previous studies and research that did not “meet their criteria for scientific rigor”....
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