XL Foods meat recall revives food irr...

XL Foods meat recall revives food irradiation idea

There are 2 comments on the CBC News story from Oct 8, 2012, titled XL Foods meat recall revives food irradiation idea. In it, CBC News reports that:

Food irradiation could help stem the safety risks that result in massive recalls like the recent one involving Alberta's XL Foods Inc., experts say.

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Interlachen, FL

#1 Oct 9, 2012
Radiation kills nutrients, vitamins and amino acids. Alters minerals and does away with needed good bacteria (floria) fornthe body Look at lettice lasting 5/6 months and meats indiffently. It a bonus for the food processors to make money and become lacks on food cleanliness , reduce freezer costs and transportation times. It would be a nightmare for personal health and a bonus for hospitals and medical costs. Riches beyone the dreams for a select few. More then the non science of the mental health industry that ever provided with the lack of science, no medical model, no evidence based medicine and just hearsay for diagnoses and drugging of the world people.

Even a child could figure whats going on.



This radiation scam is better the Tryptophan scan of the early 1990 in which the FDA eliminated and reduced this essential amino acid to cause health problems.

The FDA ban of LTryptophan



Los Angeles, CA

#2 Oct 11, 2012
Codex Alimentarius is a few years late because legislators could not get Bills passed here in Canada, but the scare tactics by the media have been ramped up recently. A sneaky way to get control of our food and mineral supply? Check out Dr. Rima Laibow speaking of Codex Alimentarius from about 5 years ago. She called it and warned us of the slippery slope. WHO using trade organizations to pressure governments into conforming.

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