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Can YOU prevent health problems, cancer, disease, and illness
through healthy foods, fitness, and a more relaxed lifestyle?

Run for a cure, walk for a cure, but can someone just stop, turn around, look back and look for a cause?

Everyday our bodies are exposed to an increasing number of toxic chemicals in our environment, food, air and water supply. These toxic chemicals are known carcinogens that can weaken our immune system and significantly increase the risk of chronic diseases. Keep in mind that many independent research and studies have suggested that toxic chemicals in our food supply are linked to a variety of numbers of chronic diseases.

Some of these studies performed by the collaborative scientific community have shown serious health risks associated with these chemicals and toxins.


Keep in mind that the giant eight pesticide companies are also the world largest pharmaceutical companies and the biggest world's biotech companies. These large pesticide companies are also the largest producers of the world’s treatments for cancer, diabetes and many other health problems.

Unfortunately, the main focus of the conventional medical industry is on the cure, and not the preventions. As they say “eating a nutritionally balanced food makes a lot of sense, but it does not make a lot of money”.

Beside the increasing numbers of chemicals and pesticides in our food supply, the biotech companies are also chaning the genes of our food. No long term independent studies have been performed to evaluate the long term effect of genetically modified foods and only a few independent studies have warned the public about all the possible health risks associated with GMOs.

Somehow these giant chamical companies are now in charge and make decisions on what’s safe or unsafe for the public consumption based on their own few short term (self-funded) studies.

Thanks to biotech industry what used to be a good nutritious food is now considered a fetish life style and most of our food supply has been replaced by pesticide ridden foods, processed foods and GMOs.

Many processed and unprocessed foods are now being genetically modified including some of the most famous baby infant formulas and breakfast cereals. It appears that Monsanto and their buddies don’t care at all that our kids are being used as guinea pigs of their laboratory while they themselves eat organic foods and don’t eat their own products.

Top 20 Foods and Products that have been Genetically Modified 

These giant biotech companies make a fortune by selling products that cause diseases like cancer while they profit from the other end which is treating the diseases.

No wonder why the household pets or animals in the laboratory suffer from diseases like cancer but you never find an animal in the wild suffering from cancer.

How can we revolt against the pesticide empire?


The only way to show that we are not willing to accept the increasing numbers of toxic pesticides and chemicals and GMOs in our food supply is to boycott the products of these eight big pesticide companies including Dow, DuPont, Monsanto, Imperial Chemical Industries, Novartis, Rhone Poulenc, Bayer and Hoechst.

You could start supporting your local co-op store or your local farmer’s market. Anytime you buy organic, you are encouraging more farmers to grow organic foods. You can make a difference by choosing organic foods. As Edmund Burke once said "all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing”. If enough people hadn’t protested against dioxin which is the most toxic and poisonous small molecule on our planet, Monsanto and Dow would be still selling their leftover Agent Orange stocks that poisoned more than 4.8 million Vietnamese civilians and many US soldiers.



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