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Fwd: The poison hidden in our food supply (10 minute video)

From: Lori
Sent on: Saturday, May 12, 2012 10:42 PM
canned food for our animal companions (and for us, is not healthy) this video to learn more:


In April, the FDA announced that it will continue
to allow BPA in plastics, including food packaging,
in the US.

This is in spite of significant evidence of the harmful
effects of BPA.

What is BPA? Why has this chemical been banned in a number
of other countries, including Belgium, Canada,
France, Japan and the European Union?

Our sister site 'The Real Food Channel' takes serious look
at the poison hidden in our food supply...

Video:  (10 minutes)

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Dangers in Packaged Foods

BPA is a plastic used extensively in food packaging. 

For one thing, it lines the inside of every can sold in America. 
It's an endocrine disrupter implicated in breast and prostate 
cancer and is particularly dangerous for small children and 
developing fetuses. 

This video is the story of how information about the dangers of BPA
has been continually suppressed by its manufacturers 
(including General Electric) with the help of corrupt scientists, 
politicians and government officials. 

This is why we've always said: 
"If it comes it a box, a bag, a bottle or a can 
it's automatically suspect. The only safe place in the supermarket 
is the produce section."

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