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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Environmental Factors Matter

Before conception, our lives are impacted by environmental factors which effect our mother’s eggs and our father’s sperm. After conception, society recognizes the vulnerability of the fetus and actively discourages everything from cigarettes to alcohol to tuna fish. When we are born, the impact of environmental factors continues in six ways:

1.  What we breath
2.  What we drink
3.  What we eat
4.  What we absorb through our skin
5.  What radiation we are exposed to
6.  What we inject into our bodies

These environmental factors arrive in many forms, including but not limited to: chemicals, viruses, bacteria, heavy metals, food additives, hormones, prions, genetically manipulated lifeforms and various forms of radiation.

As our increasingly polluted water, air, food, and body care products increase our exposure to environmental we change the atmosphere, lay under tanning booths, and fly more frequently...and as our use of vaccine medicine on developing human children increases dramatically...we see a corresponding increase in chronic illness, auto-immune disease, cancer, MS, allergies, diabetes, ADHD, and myriad neurological conditions.

This increase is not an illusion. It is real. It is alarming. It is a problem. 

You are not only “what you eat.” You are also, “what you breath, drink, rub onto your skin, expose yourself to (radiation), and what you inject directly into your body.” 

So...let’s pay attention and keep asking questions.

Increase in prevalence of MS:

Increase in prevalence of asthma:

Presence of Flame Retardants in Breast Milk 4x Level Acceptable for Children/Adults:

According to the CDC: About 1 in 12 people (about 25 million) have asthma, and the numbers are increasing every year.
The percentage of children with an ADHD diagnosis continues to increase, from 7.8% in 2003 to 9.5% in 2007 and to 11.0% in 2011.

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