How To Be Healthy

4 09 2012

Do you want to be healthy?  Who doesn’t?

My fathers mother, God bless her dear departed soul, was short and to the point in very effective ways.  I was complaining to her about an issue that my young mind was concerned about at the time, I don’t recall what it was, but I told her, “Grandma, I wish that _______________.”

With a dramatic pause and an intense stare for 3 to 5 seconds said, “Wish in one hand and spit in the other.”

I forgot what that particular issue was but I never forgot her words.

What that has meant to me ever since then is if I wish, complain, fuss, fret or generally stew in my own juices about something, I get nowhere.  If I get busy and do something, then my wishes will materialize.

Why do I tell this story in relation to the title of being healthy?

It was prompted by this article Organic Food not healthier for you?

What is amazing is that industry hacks are ALWAYS propagandizing for their cause and not necessarily OURS.  They by nature have their self interest in mind and our interest ARE NOT very often their number one priority.

Pay attention to the subtleties of life in your body and in your environment.  Be the master of yourself, not the slave.  You will always be in the drivers seat unless you relinquish your power.

The secret of good health is simple.  Pray and meditate daily, eat and drink the BEST ingredients to feed yourself and your micro-organisms, work doing something you feel good about, have fun, and most importantly – love.  The last ingredient is vital – pay attention and act instead of being acted upon.

The industry hacks who say that organic produce may not be healthy for you neither know what true organic produce is or what true health is so how can they quantify?

The term Organic is a loose term referring to food that is supposed to be more free of pesticides and other contaminants and full of nutrition.  Many “Organic” are failing on both accounts so technically, the article is correct.

However, the article seems to be leading us to conclude that eating better foods is not better for us and we can simply relax our guard and eat whatever we want without implication.  Eat, drink and be merry on conventionally produced foods for tomorrow we die.  I say that doing so will cause the grim reaper to harvest much sooner than designed.

I say, grow your own food with the fullest nutritional potential, drink the best water, breathe the best air, have the best friends, learn the best information, believe and do truth.

As humans it has been established that we have the capacity to live at least 120 years of age.  It was stated in Genesis long ago and more recently established by scientists such as Michael D. West in his book, “The Immortal Cell.” that our DNA is designed to replicate for us to live around the age of 120 years.  We have telomeres on the end of our DNA strands and every replication a little snippet of the telomeres is cut off.  The cell will not replicate after that and expiration is rapid when the cell’s life has ended.

The problem is that we end up giving up the ghost 40 to 60 or more years prematurely.  What are the reasons for that?  If we are not killed by a semi-truck or other tragic events, we give in to degenerative diseases or our organs don’t self replicate properly because of the improper internal and external cellular environment.

The details are multiple and varied but the essence is that if we provide our cells the right environment to function and replicate properly our lives will be drastically healthier and longer.

Remember, wish in one hand and spit in the other.





Effects of Aspartame

10 07 2012

Let me start out, that if you have not seen this documentary yet, watch this now and come back to my post after watching it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI7_8FDzuJE&feature=mv_sr

I wrote to the FDA about this.  Here is what I wrote.

I would like to know why Aspartame hasn’t been taken off the market yet.
What is wrong at the FDA that something with so much evidence against it is still poisoning our vulnerable public.
As a minimum, our Medicare and Medicaid expenditures would go down if we as a nation stop some of the obvious poisoning of our own population.  Will someone with authority respond and get this off the market please?  Thank you.
I can’t even buy my old favorite Juicy Fruit anymore without that poison in it.

Thank You,

Greg McIver

It’s a very long reply but here is the cover your tracks reply:

CFSAN-Consumer:

This is in response to your inquiry of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about sweeteners as food additives.  An artificial sweetener, also known as a non-nutritive sweetener or a high-intensity sweetener, is a man made food additive that has less than 2 percent of its caloric value of sucrose per equivalent unit of sweetening capacity.  It is used as a sugar substitute with the intent of duplicating the effect of sugar or corn syrup in taste with less food energy.  Its sweetness intensity is many times that of sucrose.  The Agency regulates artificial sweeteners as food additives which must be approved as safe before they can be marketed. There have been recent questions about using Agave syrup as a food additive. Agave nectar (Agave syrup) is a sweetener commercially produced in Mexico.  It consists mainly of fructose and glucose.  There are no food additive regulations or GRAS Notices pertaining to its use at this time. 
The FDA evaluates a sweetener’s composition and properties, determines how much of the substance is likely to be consumed, and reviews various types of safety studies submitted to support the manufactures claims for safety. For each of the approved sweeteners, the typical amount used by U.S. consumers is well within designated “acceptable daily intake levels (ADI),” or levels that can be consumed safely every day over a lifetime.  For any specific information on safety studies submitted to the Agency please file a Freedom of Information Request (FOIA) using guidance located at http://www.fda.gov/RegulatoryInformation/FOI/default.htm.
1) Aspartame is 180 to 200 times sweeter than sugar. It has a caloric value similar to sugar (4 kcal/g), but the amounts used are small enough to consider aspartame essentially free of calories. Brand names include NutraSweet and Equal. Aspartame was first approved by the FDA in 1981 as a tabletop sweetener, and for use in chewing gum, breakfast cereal, and other dry products. The use of aspartame was expanded to sodas in 1983, as well as other uses from 1984 to 1989.  In 1996 it was granted approval for use as a general-purpose sweetener.
Before approval, the FDA reviewed numerous studies showing that aspartame did not cause cancer or other adverse effects in laboratory animals. This included three studies in which rats were fed aspartame in proportions more than 100 times higher than humans would likely consume.
In the mid-1990s, a researcher raised concerns that a rise in brain cancer incidence in the United States was linked to aspartame use. According to FDA experts, there is no scientific evidence supporting a link between aspartame and any type of cancer. The National Toxicology Program, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, also conducted aspartame studies in mice and found no cancer link.
In 2005, the European Ramazzini Foundation (ERF) published new findings of a long-term feeding study on aspartame in rats. ERF scientists concluded that aspartame causes leukemia and lymphoma and that current uses of aspartame should be reevaluated. After reviewing the study data, however, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) released a statement in May 2006 that said the ERF’s conclusion was not supported by the data. After learning of the ERF study results, the FDA requested the study data and received a portion of the data in February 2006. However, after reviewing the study data, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) releases a statement in May 2006 that said the ERF’s conclusion was not supported by the data.  The FDA will announce its conclusions after completing its review.
At this time, FDA’s position that aspartame is safe is based on the large body of information previously reviewed, including more than 100 toxicological and clinical studies on safety.  When ingested, aspartame is converted in the body to methanol and two amino acid-asparic acid and phenylalanine. 
Because of the phenylalanine component, aspartame does carry a risk for people with the rare genetic disorder phenylketonuria. People who have this disorder should avoid or restrict aspartame use because of their body’s difficulty in metabolizing phenylalanine. Its use can cause phenylalanine to build up in the blood at higher levels than normal. The aspartame regulation requires that a statement be placed on the label of all products containing aspartame specifically to alert phenylketonurics of the presence of phenylalanine.
2) Saccharin is 300 times sweeter than sugar and has no calories. Brand names include Sweet’N Low, Sweet Twin, and Necta Sweet. Saccharin is used in tabletop sweeteners, baked goods, soft drinks, jams, and chewing gum.
Saccharin was discovered in 1879 and had been considered generally recognized as safe (GRAS) until 1972, when it was removed from the GRAS list by the FDA. By definition in the law, a GRAS substance has a long history of safe use in foods, or is determined to be safe based on proven science. But if new evidence suggests that a GRAS substance may no longer be safe, the FDA can prohibit its use or require further safety studies.
In 1977, the FDA proposed a ban on saccharin because of concerns about rats that developed bladder cancer after receiving high doses of saccharin. In response, Congress passed the Saccharin Study and Labeling Act. This legislation put a moratorium on the ban while more safety studies were under way. Also, foods containing saccharin were required to carry a label warning that the sweetener could be a health hazard and that it was found to cause cancer in laboratory animals. Saccharin has been the subject of more than 30 studies in humans.
According to the National Cancer Institute, further studies showed that saccharin did not cause cancer in humans, and that the bladder tumors in rats were related to a mechanism that isn’t relevant for humans.
In 2000, the National Toxicology Program determined that saccharin should no longer be listed as a potential cancer-causing agent. Federal legislation followed in 2001, removing the requirement for the saccharin warning label.
3) Acesulfame-K (potassium) is 200 times sweeter than sugar, with zero calories. Brand names include Sunett and Sweet One. Acesulfame-K was first approved by the FDA in 1988 for specific uses, including as a tabletop sweetener. The FDA approved the sweetener in 1998 for use in beverages. In December 2003, it was approved for general use in foods, but not in meat or poultry. Acesulfame-K can be found in baked goods, frozen desserts, candies, beverages, cough drops, and breath mints.
The FDA and the Food and Agriculture Organization/World Health Organization (FAO/WHO) Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives have evaluated the sweetener’s safety.  More than 90 studies support the safety of acesulfame-K.
4) Neotame is 7,000 to 13,000 times sweeter than sugar, depending on how it’s used in food, and has no calories. The FDA approved neotame in 2002 as a general-purpose sweetener in a wide variety of food products except meat and poultry.
5) Sucralose is 600 times sweeter than sugar on average and has no calories. Although sucralose is made from sucrose (table sugar), it adds no calories because it isn’t digested in the body. The brand name is Splenda. After reviewing more than 110 animal and human studies, the FDA approved sucralose in 1998 for use in 15 food categories, including as a tabletop sweetener and for use in products such as beverages, chewing gum, frozen desserts, fruit juices, and gelatins. In 1999, the FDA allowed sucralose as a general-purpose sweetener in all foods.

Sugar Alcohols: Though not technically considered artificial sweeteners, sugar alcohols are slightly lower in calories than sugar and do not promote tooth decay or cause a sudden increase in blood glucose. They include sorbitol, xylitol, lactitol, mannitol, and maltitol and are used mainly to sweeten sugar-free candies, cookies, and chewing gums. FDA classifies some of these sweeteners as “generally recognized as safe” and others as approved food additives.
Other “natural sweeteners” are available, but these are variations of table sugar and contain about the same amount of calories. These products include honey, molasses, evaporated cane juice, rice syrup, barley malt, and fructose.
Another product, stevia, is derived from a South American shrub. Based on its review of information and data submitted by industry, FDA has concluded there is no basis to object to the use of certain refined Stevia preparations in food. These refined Stevia preparations may be lawfully marketed and added to food products sold in the United States Based on the information provided by industry, as well as other information available to FDA, the agency has no questions at this time regarding GRAS submissions conclusion that rebaudioside A purified from the leaves of S. rebaudiana (Bertoni) Bertoni is GRAS under the intended conditions of use. The agency has not, however, made its own determination regarding the GRAS status of the subject use of rebaudioside A purified from the leaves of S. rebaudiana (Bertoni) Bertoni.  It is the continuing responsibility of the manufacturer to ensure that food ingredients that they market are safe, and are otherwise in compliance with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements.
Though sugar substitutes have a long history of controversy, the Calorie Control Council says Americans are continually searching for good-tasting, low-calorie products as part of a healthy lifestyle. Market surveys show that calorie-conscious consumers want more low-calorie foods and beverages. And though artificially sweetened products are not magic foods that will melt pounds away, they can be, experts say, a helpful part of an overall weight control program that includes exercise and other dietary factors.
For guidance and information here is the definition for sucrose (table sugar) under 21 CFR 184.1854.
(a) Sucrose (CHO11, CAS Reg.  No. 57-50-11-1) sugar, cane sugar, or beet sugar is the chemical [beta]-D-fructofuranosyl-[alpha]-D-glucopyranoside. Sucrose is obtained by crystallization from sugar cane or sugar beet juice that has been extracted by pressing or diffusion, then clarified and evaporated.
(b) The ingredient must be of a purity suitable for its intended use.
    (c) In accordance with Sec. 184.1(b)(1), the ingredient is used in food with no limitation
    other than current good manufacturing practice.
    (d) Prior sanctions for this ingredient different from the uses established in this section do
    not exist or have been waived.

Consumer Affairs Specialist #3
Communication and Coordination Branch
Division of Education and Communication
Office of Food Defense, Communication and
  Emergency Response
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
  U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Now, let’s see.  They are unwilling to remove it from the market after obvious anecdotal and scientific evidence showing that it is not healthy.  Just the fact that part of the Aspartame molecule is converted into wood alcohol, a very harmful liquid that is difficult for the body to remove, should be enough reason for it to be removed.  No further studies needed!

This substance makes a lot of money for the companies that use.  Follow the money.

So, Big Brother isn’t out to protect the little guy but seems to be manipulated by the Big Corp.  Protect yourself and do not eat anything that is harmful for you.  The closer we eat food in its natural form, the healthier we will be.  Watch Forks Over Knives and Big, Fat and Nearly Dead to start.





Artificial Food Coloring is BAD For You!

26 03 2011
Food Dyes Are Bad For You

Ya Think?

Today’s big news is that after years of reluctant study and semi-serious contemplation and probably millions or billions of  tax payer dollars, the FDA is going to hold a panel to decide if they will restrict artificial dyes in food.  I like to think of them as artificial stains.  (UPDATE April 3rd, just after April Fools Day – The FDA said nevermind.  They don’t think they should ban or restrict anything regarding artificial stains – Psych – the vote was 8 to 6.)

Multiple studies have shown that kids get ADHD symptoms when they ingest the laboratory goodies.

My simple study could have saved billions.

My small study proved that artificial dyes need to be killed off.  Whenever my kids would eat artificial colors in things like Fake Fruit Rollups, Fake Fruit Loops, Fake Candy, Fake You Name It, they would get all wound up and act NUTTIER THAN SQUIRREL POOP!  It’s like watching Sponge Bob on acid.  Whenever they would eat healthy colors in real food they acted, well, healthy.

Apparently the heat is building against putting artificial dyes in food.  All I can say is, “What Is Taking So Long!?”  There is so much crap that the FDA ‘approves’ as safe in food.  How about the drugs that only cause only an acceptable percentage of the people taking it to consider blowing their brains out?  Many are later recalled after years of presure.  They say it was ‘discovered’ as damaging.

It is our responsibility to Read The Labels.  The problem is that many modern food companies have made figuring out what’s REALLY in their food more complicated than doing a Rubix Cube blindfolded with mittens on.  It seems some days that “Natural Flavoring” could include arsenic, strychnine and uranium and still be approved.

It seems sometimes that the only criteria for approval is if there is a sufficient reward path for those in charge of approving.  It’s OK as long as there is big enough a profit motive.

IT”S INSANE – A stain in the membrane.  Warning, this video may include performers who have consumed artificial colors and flavors causing them to render lyrics you may not understand and may be offensive.  J.K. Cypress Hill

Who you tryin to get crazy with Ese?
Don’t you know I’m loco…..?

To da one on da flamboyant tip
I’ll just toss that ham in the fryin pan like spam,
get done when I come and slam
D—, I feel like the Son of Sam
Don’t make me wreck s—, hectic
Next get the chair got me goin like General Electric Annnd,
the lights are blinkin I’m thinkin
It’s all over when I go out drinkin
Ohh, makin my mind slow
That’s why I don’t f— with the big four-oh
Bro, I got ta’ maintain Cause a n—- like me is goin insane

Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!
Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!
Insane in da membrane.. crazy insane, got no brain!
Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!

Do my s— undercover now it’s time for the blubbablabber,
to watch that belly get fatter
Fat boy on a diet, don’t try it
I’ll jack yo’ a– like a looter in a riot
My s—’s fat, like a sumo, slammin dat a–
Leavin yo’ face in the grass
Cause you know, I don’t take a duro, lightly
Punks just jealous cause they can’t out write me
or kick that style, wicked, wild
Happy face n—- never seen me smile
Rip dat main frame I’ll explain
A n—- like me is goin insane

Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!
Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!
Insane in da membrane.. crazy insane, got no brain!
Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!

Like Louie Armstrong, played the trumpet
I’ll hit that bong and break ya off somethin soon
I got ta get my props
Cops, come and try to snatch my crops
These pigs wanna blow my house down
Head underground, to the next town
They get mad when they come to raid my pad
and I’m out in the nine-deuce Cad
Yes I’m the pirate, pilot of this ship
if I get with the ultraviolet dream
Hide from the red light beam
Now do you believe in the unseen?
Look, but don’t make you eyes strain
A n—- like me is goin insane

Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!
Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!
Insane in da membrane.. crazy insane, got no brain!
Insane in da membrane.. insane in da brain!





Mineral Secrets

16 02 2011

I’ve been compiling volumes of information on the affect of minerals and the lack thereof on every aspect of our health.

It is amazing to me that not more research has made major headlines.

The true job of agriculture, agronomy and animal husbandry is to gather and deliver the most complete and rich set of minerals in every crop, product or byproduct to the consumer.  Anything less is like building a structure with no foundation.

I am in the middle of compiling my research.   I have discovered some truly shocking and amazing secrets and hidden treasures.  They must not be secrets any longer and I am working to shine the light.

Minerals and Health

Mineral Secrets

 

Stay Tuned.





Farmed Salmon Deception

1 11 2010

Warning, after reading this page and watching the video’s you may feel the strong urge to take action.  Do not proceed unless you are prepared to be uncomfortable.

When I lived in Anchorage Alaska almost 20 years ago, I took my two little kids to Campbell Creek park, a quaint little playground with a creek running through it.  It was beautiful and my kids had fun.  We stood on the little wooden bridge and gazed into the flowing water.  I was surprised to see King salmon that had swam all the way up and spawned in Campbell Creek.  I had never seen a wild salmon until then.

My friend Rick caught a big king salmon and shared it with my family. A lot has changed since then.

Here’s the current problem that didn’t exist back then.

  • Farmed salmon is actually bad for us, REALLY BAD in many ways!
  • The farmed salmon is fed poorly and pumped full of antibiotics and all sorts of cheap garbage food.
  • Sea lice attach the weaker fish and are the lice attack to wild run salmon that swim by.
  • Genetic modifications done to the farm stock escape and are mixing and altering the wild run salmon.
  • The fish farmers feed the diseased and altered farmed fish fed fish dye that stains the meat pink to fool you.
  • Most wholesale and retail outlets do not label the salmon as farmed or wild caught.
  • Most legislators don’t know or care about the issue.

It used to be that eating salmon was a no brainer.  Now, it depends on the salmon.  You can’t just go to a restaurant or grocery store and know if you’re getting healthy salmon these days.  There is a lawsuit going right now that is suing large chains for fictitiously selling farmed salmon as healthy salmon.

Come to find out, salmon is naturally pink because of what they eat.  There are certain krill and other ocean critters that contain very beneficial compounds and those compounds turn the salmon’s flesh pink.

Farmed salmon is not pink.   It’s gray.  The artificial fish growers feed them a dye to stain the fish pink.  I had no idea the deception was that great.  The results of several studies show that eating farmed salmon are high in toxins and pesticides of all kinds, high in Omega-6 and low in Omega-3 fatty acids (unhealthy balance) and can be harmful instead of beneficial.

I have been fooled.  When I went to my favorite restaurant recently and ordered salmon, I thought I was doing the healthy thing.

Now, I speak to the manager, write down their name and ask if it is wild or farmed salmon.  If they are not 100% sure, I don’t order the salmon. It’s all about accountability.

Most wild ocean run canned salmon is better for you than fresh pesticized, antibioticized, genetically modified farmed salmon.  There is a problems here also.

Liars in the marketplace?  http://www.chathamjournal.com/weekly/living/food/cr-salmon-wild-60705.shtml

Greenpeace Salmon Retailers Report,http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/Global/usa/report/2010/5/carting-away-the-oceans.pdf

More reading problems http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_farming#Issues





Mental Illness Lack Of Awareness Week

18 10 2010

Mental Illness Stigma, Mental Health Awareness WeekThe first full week in October every year is Mental Health Awareness Week.  Congress declared it in 1990.  I’ve been around for a while and I wasn’t aware of that.

Last week I was reading a popular liberal blog (not saying which one because I really don’t want them to profit from such blatant ignorance).  This blogger was promoting himself as an advocate of the mentally ill.  I read:

“…In celebration [of Mental Health Awareness Week], well meaning mental health advocacy organizations are busy hosting events to reduce the “stigma” of mental illness.  But I don’t believe there is ‘stigma’ to having a mental illness.”

HUH?  I said to myself, “Am I going crazy or did I just read that this prominent guy thinks there is no stigma to having a mental illness?”  I had to re-read it a few times to make sure I didn’t have a few billion neurons misfiring or be suffering from a hallucination.

Let me state for the record, and you can quote me on this, “There most certainly is stigma to mental illness.”

Those who are blessed with mental illness must deal with internal  and external stigma.

The internal stigma begins when the person realizes that ‘normal’ is no longer what they are.  I’m sure it’s no joy reading a chapter on abnormal psychology in a psychology textbook and realize the author is writing about you.  It’s not an external brand or tattoo, nor do you have to wear a ‘Scarlet Letter,’ a yellow star on your clothing or endure an external wound, scab or scar, but the stigma is real and internally poignant and tangible.

The external stigma is evident on many interpersonal as well as societal levels.  Imagine when a mentally ill person tries to apply for a job in the military, FBI, CIA or any law enforcement agency and has to fill out the questionnaire section on mental health and being refused employment.  How about running for a political office, or participating in the National Rifle Association (can’t buy a gun legally).  How about speaking freely to anyone about why you missed work or where you were during summer break from school.  Is that person comfortable revealing or trying to explain the intangible central nervous system wound?  What if you simply want to have a moment of full disclosure with someone that is starting to fall in love with you?

Some of the serious illnesses include but are not limited to Major Depression, Manic Depression or Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Borderline Personality Disorder.  What would be your favorite?  The first date with my wife was to see, “As Good As It Gets” with Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Greg Kinear and Cuba Gooding Jr.  It was a fantastically well done movie that highlights OCD in a realistic and sensitive way.  I recommend it if you haven’t seen it.

I figured that I could help enlighten the blogger gent a bit so I replied to his post and innocently waited for my reply to be reviewed by the rest of the reading public.  Part of it was:

When I read your statement, “But I don’t believe there is ‘stigma’ to having a mental illness,” I said to myself, “Is this guy nuts?!!” … Perhaps it’s just a little semantic quibble about what STIGMA means.

The general definition is: a mark of disgrace or infamy or a stain as on one’s reputation. In the health arena it is defined as: a mental or physical mark that is characteristic of a defect or disease.

If you have your own definition of what stigma means, please share it … but if you’re having a crisis of definition, please use some sort of dictionary before wantonly tossing out your nouns.”

Was I to harsh?  Is that the reason he didn’t allow my reply to see the light of day?

My dear departed grandpa was a guinea pig for electro-shock therapy and only the Lord knows what other shot in the dark methods.  I’m just grateful he didn’t lose his mind in the days that frontal lobotomies were the favored experiment.

That reminds me of a joke I made up.  Old Prospectors Never Die, They Just Lose Their Minds. Rimshot.

No Stigma, huh?  I suppose the blogger would feel a bit differently if he were able to feel it, but for now his attitude is:

“Stigma, we don’t got no stinking stigma!”





The Great Salmon Deception

14 11 2009

I’m mad!

Did you know that farmed salmon is not pink? When they are fed the unnatural diet on a fish farm, the farmed salmon flesh is gray, not pink.  Normally, wild salmon are eating krill, shrimp and other ocean creatures that contain healthy compounds that naturally make the flesh of salmon pink.

Farmed salmon are fed dye to stain their flesh pink.  Reminds me of the movie Dune. Studies show that farmed salmon is not healthy to eat like wild salmon is.  Farmed salmon is high in Omega-6  fatty acids (the bad kind) and low in the healthy Omega 3’s.  They are loaded with antibiotics, PCB’s and other garbage.  The fish are kept in very unnatural conditions and are fed a cheap unnatural diet for what?  Why?  You’ve got it – dirty, greedy cash.  Gain for a few at the expense of everyone else.

If that weren’t bad enough the farmed salmon are destroying the wild stock with disease, parasites and genetic perversion as the wild accidentally come in contact with the farmed.

The other thing is that farmed salmon aren’t always listed as farmed salmon.  If you go to a nice restaurant, unless they specifically tell you that you are getting wild salmon, you are probably getting farmed.

Grocery stores and restaurants have been guilty of not identifying “Stained Salmon” from a farm.  Law suits have been filed but cash seems to speak louder than what’s right.

The large multinational corporations and others are currently committing genocide against the wild stock.

If you value nature and your health, do not eat farmed salmon.   Do not be deceived!  Ask.  Put the pirates out of business!

For more, go to www.farmedsalmonexposed.org








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