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FDA is now aloud to keep us in the dark

Updated on July 19, 2016
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Brandi has been a stay at home mom for eleven years. She has a love for Thriller and mystery books, and just finished "All the Lost Souls"

For the first 30 years of my life I thought the FDA and our Government had our best interests in mind, but as time moves on I am realizing that they don't really care at all. They are passing bills and laws allowing the FDA to keep us in the dark about what is being put in our food. I know, I know, it is so much easier to not be passionate about something now days but you really need to care about this. It would allow them to continue...not start...continue to put poisons in our foods. If this continues there is only one way to avoid eating those foods and that is to go back to the old days where we grew our own food and only ate that food. I always felt like the problem was with all of the processing that they are doing to our food. While that is a lot of the reason people all over the world are having intolerance's, I need you to realize that when they are processing our food they are adding chemicals to it also. These are now the chemicals and poisons that they don't need to tell us about.

So what I want you to ask yourself is, how comfortable are you with eating all of these things they no longer have to tell you about? The reason I am asking is because people are starting to have issues and I mean big issues with food. We now have intolerance's we didn't have before, allergies we didn't have, our daughters are starting their periods up to four years sooner, we now have IBS, Celiac's disease and these are only a few that I am really worried about. If our food isn't causing these health issues please enlighten me as to what is causing them.

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So what is there to do about all the stuff they are putting in our food. We can't stop it, they are doing it no matter what the average person is telling them they don't want. So now what? Honestly, i'm not really sure what we can do. There are people who are writing their congressmen, taking polls, filling out surveys and eating nothing but organic and yet they believe that adding things to our food and slowly poisoning us is something that is ok to do.

What am I doing? I'm buying organic. I buy organic because they are growing our foods naturally and not adding things to them to make them bigger. This is a big deal because they are growing our fruits and vegetables in a lab instead of in nature with natural ingredients. I am not buying processed foods because they are putting things in them that literally make me sick. We are processing our own meat because we know what goes into it if we are doing it. Folks, no matter how much it changes your life, it is now time to make a change for the better. Go back to growing your own vegetables, kill and process your own meat or at least buy it from a place that offers meat that has not had antibiotics and is all natural.

Take your health into your own hands and stop relying on big businesses to tell you what you can and should eat. I am scared of what this means when the FDA is not longer made to tell you what is in your food. Of all things you question this should be a big one. You put this into your body why would it not be a worry! Do you question medicine or drugs before you take them? It's the same concept. If it's going in your body you need to question everything and be picky about what you are eating. Start being a fan of things that say all natural and no added sugar!

If you need information or advice you can contact me at Brandi@nutritionhelp101.com or leave a comment below.

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      someonewhoknows 

      2 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      You are so right!

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