Dr Brian Clement considers the pollution of our world and our bodies, and looks at two toxic food additives we should avoid at all costs.
In the last 100 years, much of food production has fallen into the hands of the profiteers leading the food industry. Their objective is to economically gain as much as possible, neuter the foods so they have long shelf life, and advertise the food for social, sensual and sexual reasons rather than for sustenance.
The leader’s cohorts are the chemists. Corporate chemists have led the average person to believe that their field has made our lives better and that without them we would have mass starvation. This group notably created such offspring as DDT, aspartame, MSG and a wide array of other chemicals like pesticides, fungicides and herbicides.
A group that I have been a member of for many years, The Union of Concerned Scientists, has perpetually reported the pervasiveness of these man-made, manipulated elements within our global environment. Even in the North and South Poles, scientists have found man-made chemicals in the bodies of all creatures. When delving deeper, these substances are even found in the frozen ice. Layer by layer, we can determine when the industrial revolution began, since that is the time the man-made chemicals began accumulating.