Daily Archives: September 11, 2010

Green Party initiative could end water fluoridation in Canada — Natural News

An excerpt from the Natural News report by Ethan A. Huff:

“(NaturalNews) The Green Party of Canada recently passed a resolution within its ranks that seeks to end water fluoridation in Canada. The party plans to introduce and support legislation that will outlaw fluoridation in Canada at the federal level, effectively overriding any and all local mandates that say otherwise.

Much of North America’s water is fluoridated, meaning that water utilities add hexafluorosilicic acid, sodium silicofluoride or sodium fluoride to local water supplies. These toxic substances are said to prevent tooth decay, but many medical and dental professionals disagree, citing fluoride’s many harmful effects on the body and teeth. Continue reading

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Of factory farmed eggs, and raw milk

An excerpt from David E. Gumpert’s latest musings about current “food safety” paradoxes, in the land of the free:

Michael Hartmann's dairy operation, Minnesota Dept. of Agriculture photo, via The Complete Patient.

“….It will be interesting to see how the judge rules in this case. It raises a number of interesting issues. First, there’s the old bugaboo of food freedom. How free should consumers be to choose the foods of their choice? If consumers say they understand the risks associated with one food or another, should they be free to consume it? Continue reading

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