Codex Alimentarius

The above named group is trying to eliminate or at least minimize nutritional supplements. This means an end to organic and ‘natural’ supplement shops the world over. For instance, I have a friend who runs a nutritional business from Australia. The inroads there made by the codex alimentarius means he must now find another country from which to run his business because he fears imminent shutdown.

The following is but one of many videos opposing the codex alimentarius and many allude to depopulation through lack of nutrition and further introduction of more pesticides in crops that produce inferior foods thus producing inferior populations.

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#1 Turtle Read Dave on 05.21.12 at 12:22 am

I support the general thrust of the National Health Organization, just as I support a separate arm of my church that promotes legislation, education, and encouragement for religious freedom around the world.

I do not believe that setting low standards for vitamins benefits anyone. The only case of Vitamin overdose I know is of Vitamin A, I believe, and that can only happen if you eat a polar bear liver. Even the World Health Organization says that Americans do not receive enough Vitamin D in their diets, esp. Vitamin D-3. A test was developed in 1993 to test blood for the amount of D, mine was almost none. I now take 50,000 I.U. per week (by prescription). Most older people and diabetics have difficulty getting enough of this vitamin.