Have you ever wondered why toxic food additives and ingredients that are banned in many other countries around the world are still legal in foods sold across the USA?
Ever wondered why GMOs aren't allowed to be labeled in America, keeping consumers in the dark about what they're eating?
The answer is that U.S. government regulators have been deeply corrupted by industry influence. They now operate solely to protect the interests of food and agriculture industries by keeping consumers ignorant of all the toxic poisons and GMOs they're eating.
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To protect its citizens, Taiwan has banned GMOs in school lunches nationwide, making sure children don't eat the same toxic GMOs that the U.S. government gladly feeds children across America.
Taiwan's new laws also require nationwide GMO labeling of all foods, including foods served by restaurants and cafes.
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As I've been finalizing the expansion of my new food science laboratory, I'm increasingly wondering, "Hey, how come the FDA isn't doing this?"
It's a legitimate question. Why isn't the FDA testing off-the-shelf food products for heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, benzenes, parabens and other toxic chemicals? Isn't this all about "public safety?" Why does it come down to a private citizen like me taking on this task?
The answer, of course, is because the FDA is far more interested in protecting the profits of the processed food industry (and all its toxic poisons) than protecting the health of families and chilren who eat all that toxic food.
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